Food always adds to an entire travel experience, now you can use social media sharing to earn points when you travel to avoid outrageously high-priced meals while on your extravagant dream vacay.
When it comes to unique and highly-priced dishes, it seems like edible gold is the popular add on. While the rest of us are hesitant to get extra topping or condiments, there are foodies out there who don’t mind paying a little too extra for a really good meal.
You think you’d be willing to fork out extra cash for a gourmet dinner? You may not have to if your using the PalmPons social media sharing app that rewards you for likes, shares and mentions on social media. Read on to learn about some of the world’s most shockingly expensive plate.
SubliMotion – Ibiza, Spain
SubliMotion does come at a steep price. The meal costs around $2,500 AUD per diner, making it one of the world’s most expensive restaurant. This one-of-a-kind theatrical dining experience located inside the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza will get your expectations above and beyond. Chefs here create unique aromas and taste for their guests’ wild experience.
Renato Viola – Salerno Italy
A whopping $8,786 for a pizza? When the chefs incorporate Caviar Oscietra Royal Prestige, Caviar Kaspia Oscietra Royal Classic, and Beluga Caviar Kaspia on a pizza, then the cost would make sense. Using the caviar as the star topping, it also comes with Red Acciaroli (fancy name for prawns), Palinurus Elephas (fancy name for lobster) and Squilla Mantis (fancy name for mantis shrimp.
The Lord Dudley Hotel – Sydney, Australia
If you’re looking for an expensive comfort food, then you’ve come to the right place. Chef Paul Medcalf has his own version of “surf and turf” pot pie. He elevated the regular version by combining two different cuts of premium beef and two whole West Australian rock lobsters incorporated with two bottles of Penfolds Grange Reserve. Plus, you can never go wrong with a hint of truffles and Italian mushrooms inside this gigantic piece of comfort. ($12,000)
Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet – Shanghai, China
Chef and former student of Science, Paul Pairet conceived a modern work of genius uniting food with multi-sensory technology to create a playful dining experience. This modern innovation of restaurant offers guests a 20-course, avante-garde menu that intensify its music and visual atmosphere. ($579 per person)
Masa – New York
Making it one of the priciest restaurants in America, Masa specialized in offering high-end modern art of cuisine. A Japanese restaurant in New York City collaborates chef Masayoshi Takayama’s best sushi in town and Larry Gagosian’s art gallery to present sophisticated dining experience. ($595 per person)
Expensive restaurants are popping up everywhere, and they all promise to deliver not just delicious food, but also an entirely unique experience. Start earning your points on the PalmPons social media sharing rewards platform so you can start enjoying the ordinary and extra ordinary.