25 Most Expensive Restaurants In The World

Although most of us feel satisfied with a $1 slice of pizza, or a homemade sandwich, some of us will occasionally splurge on a nice meal at a restaurant every now and then. Also, there are some people in this world who will always opt for dining in a fancy (read: expensive) restaurant. Many people who dine at these restaurants choose to eat there for several reasons which can include its location, the impressive menu choices, and also because many celebrities visit those establishments.

Many of the restaurants that we will feature in our list are renowned for their exclusivity and luxuriousness. They are also very well known for their prime and exotic locations. Several of the restaurants we will feature are also very expensive because of the rare items that they offer on their menus and their unique atmosphere. The restaurants here do not only offer meals, they offer dining experiences that you can enjoy once (or maybe more if you can afford it) in a lifetime. Also, most of the restaurants featured here can charge more because they have been awarded with prestigious Michelin stars. Michelin stars are just like a hotel star rating system, but for restaurants. The more Michelin stars a restaurant has, the more exclusive and pricier it can be. Brace yourselves as we will guide you through some of the most expensive restaurants in the world where only people with deep pockets can eat. Let’s have a look at 25 Most Expensive Restaurants In The World.

At the time of this article:

£100 = $124.52 USD
€100 = $105.55 USD
¥100  = $0.88 USD
CHF 100 = $98.35 USD

#25 – Misoguigawa – Kyoto, Japan – $138 per person


If you love to try French meals with a little Asian culinary twist, then this restaurant is ideal for you. This exclusive restaurant is located in Kyoto in a building which formerly served as a teahouse.

The multi-course menu at this restaurant costs ¥15,750 – ¥31,500 ($138 – $277 USD) per person.

Written by Harry Steinman

At the age of 18, Harry started a 5-year adventure to explore Southeast Asia and India. He has studied Eastern medicine and the art of yoga throughout his travels with the hopes of one day opening a holistic wellness and yoga center in North America. He's a lifelong learner and has the desire to share his findings with the rest of the world.