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10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

Paying more for food does not always guarantee that it will be high quality and tasty. Not in this case. Because we gathered the best and more luxurious restaurants from all over the world, all of which have 3-Michelin-stars.

For some people it might be a one in a time dining experience, however, they are undoubtedly gastronomic jewels for those who seek gourmet food choices and fine dining.

10. Misoguigawa in Kyoto, Japan

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

Kyoto is the cultural epicentre of Japan. It is also famously known for its cuisine, especially the kaiseki spread. It is a method of serving food in one big tray, there you will see small servings of food, designed artistically and will explode with flavours in your mouth.

But what Misoguigawa’s speciality is taking the Japanese style of cooking and serving, kaiseki, and fusing it with the French style of flavours and spices and other methods of cooking and preparations.

One will not only savour the unique French kaiseki but hey will also savour the rich and tranquil ambience, a sort of historic aura in the environment, that the restaurant elevates. A trailblazer in food fusion, French kaiseki, Misoguigawa is an establishment that gives you a taste and an atmosphere of Japan, with a sprinkle of France.

9. Sublimotion in Ibiza, Spain

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

2 Michelin star chef Paco Roncero, of Spain of course, is the creator of this technologically advanced restaurant. As head chef of Sublimotion, and not to mention 2 years of hard work and development, the product of his efforts, and all the other designers, writers, illusionists, and architects who helped, it was the first gastronomic show in the world.

The dining room is a space 70 meters squared and 7 meters high. The table, which can serve up to 12 guests, is not just a place to eat but contains the most advanced tech in gastronomic innovation. A dining experience that targets, not just the taste buds, but all five senses, is one that should be in everyone’s bucket list.

8. Plaza Athenee in Paris, France

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

Alain Ducasse has 21 Michelin stars. A second out of all the thousands of chefs around the world and now, this chef has restaurants all over the world, too. He has thirty of them, most are in France, the United Kingdom, and the United States. He also has some in Monaco, Qatar, China, and Japan.

One of his best is located in the Hotel Plaza Athenee, in Paris. One will get served contemporary haute cuisine called the Naturalness cuisine inside a restaurant designed by the tandem Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku.

A dining area that seems like a gallery or a piece of art in and of itself, Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee is a sight to behold and a cuisine comparable to the gods’ nectars.

7. Masa in New York, USA

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

If you are a foodie and just moved to New York City, sleep well now, because there are great restaurants here for the likes of you. One great example is Masa. A restaurant that is proud of its Japanese and American fusion, as only the best can deliver, chef Masayoshi Takahama.

He will hit the foodie with an assault of 26 courses, all hot (or cold) and ready. Sit comfortably, because this dining experience is longer than the extended director’s cut version of Titanic. And like Jack and Rose, we will fall in love with Masa and his world-class cuisine.

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6. Maison Pic in Valence, France

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

Chef Anne-Sophie Pic is one of only six female chefs in the whole world that runs their kitchen under the insignia of three Michelin-stars. To date, chef Anne-Sophie Pic already has 5 Michelin stars.

The new 2 Michelin stars were awarded to her and her Switzerland restaurant in Lausanne called Restaurant Anne-Sophie Pic in 2009. But the Maison Pic in Valence, Drôme, in the upper southeast region of France, is her baby.

In fact, it is their family’s baby. It was opened in 1889 by Anne-Sophie Pic’s great-grandparents, then was passed down to her grandfather (Andre Pic), and then to her father Jacques Pic. A dinner in Maison Pic may cost $445 per head, but it’s worth every penny.

5. Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville in Crissier, Switzerland

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

It is a good thing that in this town, there is a 3 Michelin-star restaurant where people can pass the time. Head chef Benoit Violier was named Chef Of The year by Switzerland in 2013, less than a year after he opened the restaurant in Crissier.

The best restaurant in all of Switzerland, and one of the best in the whole world, Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville will make the diner a little less than $400 poorer. This will give the customer the full and unbridled dining experience of eleven courses and a wide selection of wines.

Unfortunately, chef Benoit Violier passed in 2016 from an apparent suicide in January 2016, a month after his restaurant was honoured the title best restaurant in the world by the French government.

4. Kitcho in Kyoto, Japan

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

Arashiyama nests one of the best in Japan that Kitcho offers, and certainly one of the best in the world. From delicate ingredients such as blue crab and barracuda sushi, one can experience superb dining only Kitcho can provide0. Kitcho in Arashiyama is headed by Teiichi Yuki’s grandson, Kunio Tokuoka.

Kitcho, in Kyoto alone, has 6 restaurants, but this one in Arashiyama is undoubtedly the best. If one is splurging and does not care about the cost, they should go ahead and order the Chef’s Omakase Course.

The Omakase is a personalised dining experience where the chef picks out ingredients, fresh and only the best, and prepares and cooks them in front of you. Lunch starts at 11:30 am and dinner at 5:00 pm and are closed every Wednesdays. If a vacation or a business trip takes you to Japan and near Kyoto, do not forget this schedule and the town’s name: Arashiyama.

3. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant in Conrad Rangali Island, Maldives

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

No effects in this place, everything you see around you is real. Imagine a see-through submarine, a big tube submerged and suspended underwater, amidst the school of fish and all marine life swimming about in the Indian Ocean.

Then convert it into one of the best fine dining restaurants in the world. So fine that a meal will cost at least $200, that is a four-course meal. How many people can say they dined, not just underwater with the fish, but dined in one of the most popular and most luxurious restaurants in the world.

So exclusive and so discreet that the restaurant only serves 14 customers at a time. The Ithaa Undersea Restaurant is the first undersea restaurant in the world and it was opened in 2005. They serve 4-course lunches and 6-course dinners. These are usually European dishes and sure enough, they serve the freshest seafood because they are all right there!

2. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in London, UK

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

He has, technically, 36 establishments all over the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. These are restaurants, bars, pubs, hotel restaurants, and 3 Michelin stars fine dining restaurants.

There are 14 of his establishments all over London, and the one we want to talk about is the restaurant along Royal Hospital Road. With 3 Michelin stars and the braggadocio of having named after the man himself, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is arguably the finest restaurant out of all of them.

1. Per Se in New York, USA

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

A structure with tables offering a nice view of Central Park and Columbus Circle, bring around four Benjamins to enjoy a tasting menu of nine courses. Savour the solemn ambience and the intimacy as they serve you one course after another, each one a little bit better than the last.

Per Se is an establishment where reservations are hard to come by, they are booked until the end of 2018. Per Se is owned by Thomas Keller, the three Michelin star chef, and restaurateur who also happens to own three other fine joints, namely The French Laundry, Bouchon, and Ad Hoc.

People say that Per Se is the New York version of The French Laundry in Yountville, California. Located in Manhattan at West 60th Street and Broadway, on the 4th floor of Time Warner Center twin tower building, Per Se is elegance and fine dining at its best in the heart of the Big Apple.

10 Most Luxurious Restaurants of the World

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