10 Most Expensive Restaurants in New York




expensive restaurants in new yorkEating out with friends and family is something that always brings you a pleasure and great fun but it becomes even more special when you and your guests know that you have chosen the best place to make them feel precious in all ways possible. New York is one of the most important cities of the world and here are 10 most expensive restaurants in New York that are best known for their quality and for their price, at the same time.

Have a look!

1)Masa

·Cuisine: Japanese

Phone: 212-823-9800

· Hours: Dinner served Monday to Saturday 6:00pm-9:30pm
Lunch served Tuesday to Friday 12:00pm-1:30pm

· Subway: 1/9/A/B/C/D to 59th St./ Columbus Circle

· Price Range: $300-500 prix-fixe

Masa

It is one of the best restaurants where you will find the best sushi ever, but nowadays they have made a little change in the menu and mainly serving BBQ. It is opened by the chef Masa Takayama who prepares the menu himself and is considered as one of the expensive restaurants in the world, costing nearly $450/person not including tip, tax or drinks. You need to reserve seats three weeks in advance just to dine in.

2)Alain Ducasse at the Essex House Restaurant

· Cuisine: French

· Phone: 212-265-7300

· Subway: 1/9/A/B/C/D to 59th St./Columbus Circle; F to 57th St.; N/R/Q/W to 57th St.

· Price Range: $150-$175 prix-fixed or $225-$320 tasting menus

Alain Ducasse at the Essex House Restaurant

The price of the restaurant is just insane since the Tony Esnault is in the kitchen. The restaurant holds three stars in the Michelin Guide where as the cook is one of two chefs to hold 21 Michelin stars so definitely he knows the perfect seasonal ingredients to add. If you are up for lunch make sure you hold more than $235 in your pockets.

3)Kuruma Zushi

· Address: 7 E. 47th St., 2nd fl. (5th & Madison)

· Phone: 212-317-2802

· Neighborhood: Midtown

· Subway: B/D/F/Q to 47-50th Streets/Rock Center

· Price Range: $80/$100/$120 Kuruma Zushi dinners; omakase also available for $100+

Kuruma Zushi

It has been serving New Yorkers and some of the freshest and most delectable taste lovers. It is rated3. 5/5 by trip advisors and ranked 6226 of 10541. After Masa it serves the best sushi ever existed.

4)Per Se

· Cuisine: contemporary American

· Address: 10 Columbus Circle, 4th FL.

· Phone: 212-823-9335

· Neighborhood: Midtown

· Subway: 1/9/A/B/C/D to 59th St./Columbus Circle

· Price: $125 prix-fixe, $135 (vegetarian) & $150 tasting menu

· Hours: Dinner 5:30–10pm
Lunch (Fri-Sun) 11:30am – 1:30pm

Per Se

If you’re planning to have your dinner there make sure you reserve a seat couple of days earlier to dine in. It is rated 4.5/5. It has been called as the best restaurant ever, the French contour with French and contemporary cuisine stand it out in the competition.

5)Daniel

· Cuisine: French

· Address: 60 E. 65th St. (bet. Madison and Park Aves.)

· Telephone: 212-288-0033

· Neighborhood: Upper East Side (Map)

· Subway: 6 to 68th Street/Lexington

· Price Range: Prix-fix: $92 (3 courses) – $125 (5 courses); Chef’s tasting menu: $168, available Monday – Thursday only

Daniel restaurant

Daniel is too young but holds holds a perfect place to knock down the gates between you and your exquisitely sensitive taste delights but remember to carry at least $250 in the pockets for a single meal.

6)Le Bernardin

· Address: 155 W. 51st St. (6th & 7th)

· Telephone: 212-554-1515

· Neighborhood: Midtown

· Subway: N/R/W to 49th Street, 1/9 to 51st Street

· Price Range: $92 prix-fixe ($49 at lunch); $150 chef’s tasting menu ($280 with wine pairings)

Le Bernardin

The most eloquent and New York times highly rated four star restaurant and is the 15th best restaurant in the world with three Michelin stars. The signature dishes include Kindai measure, Kobe beef and chocolate dusted with sea salt. You can’t just go and dine in you need to reserve a seat couple of weeks prior.

7)Sugiyama

· Address: 251 W. 55th St

· Telephone: 212-956-0670

· Neighborhood: Midtown

· Subway: A, B, C, D, 1, 9 to 59th St./Columbus Circle

· Price Range: 6- to 12-course fixed-price meals $45-$100

Sugiyama

You can’t stop salivating if you ever had tuna topped with a creamy tofu sauce then probably you won’t mind to pay $300 per person. The place itself isn’t huge only 10 tables but it has the best ingredients ever blended so perfectly.

8)MEGU

· Address: 62 Thomas St. (Church St. & W. B’way)

· Telephone: 212-964-7777

· Neighborhood: TriBeCa

· Subway: 1/9 to Franklin St; 1/2/3/9/A/C to Chambers St

· Price: over $100 per person

MEGU

It has some of the best sushis to serve in beautifully stunning Tribeca space but one of the most recommended dishes are Tajima Kobe Beef and yuzu chocolate. You should keep at least $300 per person, often stated that the food is over priced and portion is small, if you are indeed a foodie try to get back on your dieting schedule.

9)Jean Georges

· Address: One Central Park West

· Telephone: 212-299-3900

· Neighborhood: Midtown West

· Subway: A/B/C/D/1/9 to Columbus Circle

· Price Range: Seasonal prix-fixe $85

Jean Georges

One of the restaurants that owns three Michelin stars and awarded four stars by New York times and serves one of the spiciest food ever that totally paralyzed once mouth so only if you are a spice you should better be ready to pay approx $200 per person without tax and tip.

10)Atelier

· Address: 50 Central Park S. (6th Ave.)

· Telephone: 212-521-6125

· Neighborhood: Midtown

· Subway: A/B/C/D/1/9 to Columbus Circle

· Price Range: $85 prix-fixe; breakfast available daily and brunch available on Sundays

Atlier

The restaurant basically serves Canadian type of taste based on modern culinary technique and technology. Experience the finest dining and drinks experiences.

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