Chef’s Pencil, an international food magazine and online resource for chefs of all skill levels, recently conducted a study to find out the top 15 most expensive Michelin-starred restaurants around the world.
The findings are based on the price of a full tasting menu, which often includes anywhere from eight to 12 courses for dinner.
After scouring the menus of close to 500 Michelin-starred restaurants, Chef’s Pencil revealed its list with the majority of them being found in Asia, particularly in Japan, which appears five times on the top 15 list.
However, despite the strong showing from Asia the top spot went to Sublimotion in Ibiza, Spain. Here is the total list:
Sublimotion, Ibiza, Spain — $1,740
Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet, Shanghai, China — $1,422
Kitcho Arashiyama Honten, Kyoto, Japan — $910
Masa, New York City, United States — $800
Joel Robuchon, Tokyo, Japan — $637 (Ισοβαθμούν)
Kikunoi Honten, Kyoto, Japan — $637 (Ισοβαθμούν)
Gion Maruyama, Kyoto, Japan — $637 (Ισοβαθμούν)
Guy Savoy, Paris, France — $615
Piazza Duomo, Alba, Italy — $580