If you love food and have plenty of money, would you like to dine at the most expensive restaurant in the world? It costs $2380 per person for a 20-course tasting menu. Amazing, right?
Do you know where we need to travel to in order to dine here?
Maldives is indeed a great contender, the Ithaa Undersea Restaurant. But the most expensive restaurant is on Ibiza.
The restaurant is only open for a few months a year in the Spanish summer, from June 1st to September 30th, and is run by Michelin two-star chef, Paco Roncero.
If you manage to reserve yourself a table during the summer season, you can expect a whole new level of dining experience and entertainment.
You’ll be waited on by a team of twenty-five professionals, that will present your 20-course tasting menu one by one, over the course of three hours.
Whilst you’re enjoying your food, you’ll experience laser light shows, virtual reality elements and projection mapping, to help enhance your experience.
The restaurant aims to offer the best culinary-entertainment experience in the world and was awarded the Best Innovation Food And Beverage Award in 2014.
Once you make a reservation, you’ll receive an edible ticket, but as tempting as it sounds, just make sure to eat it after you get in, and not before!


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