People who enjoy dining in exclusivity and treating themselves to exotic cuisines prepared to exemplary standards of quality and presentation – will surely appreciate the following eateries that have made headlines around the globe since their opening. Expensive and expansive menus, celebrity-status chefs and service fit for a royal – these are the hallmarks of the world’s most expensive new restaurants that serve billionaires their money’s worth.
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant (Maldives)
The underwater pear was rightfully selected by New York Daily News as “the most beautiful restaurant in the world” in 2014. It’s exotic, it’s unique and, we have to admit, it’s pretty expensive. A one-person six-course dinner will come to about $500 and that is without drinks or tips. The palatable European-style cuisine is complemented by the 180-panoramic views of the crystal clear Maldivian waters.
Downtown Chicago has added a trendy, fine-dining star to its diverse walk of famous eateries, courtesy of John Shields and Karen Urie Shields. With an ambitious menu and fascinating dualistic concept (it’s a two-in-one restaurant, where the first floor houses The Loyalist, which is much more casual) – guests will be able to enjoy a whole variety of options. For the right price, of course.
Las Vegas welcomes a fresh new concept in the face of Eggslut, which at a $9 a burger is far ahead of the value dollar chains most people are accustomed to. The restaurant’s signature wobbly eggs with mashed potatoes and crisp bread are definitely worth the trip to Sin City.
Linton’s in the Garden
A delightful addition to the ranks of high-end restaurants – chef Linton Hopkins has picked the Atlanta Botanical Garden as the location for his latest venue. And if that’s not exclusive enough – guests will be able to marvel Dale Chihuly’s art and plenty of panoramic views into the garden from the open-air rooftop.