Salt Bae’s Nusr-Et restaurant is the second most expensive in the world

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SALT Bae’s London restaurant was blown for its staggering prices – including a £ 1,450 gold-plated steak.

But the high-profile eatery took second place in a list of the most expensive restaurants in the world.

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Ithaa Undersea is an underwater restaurant located five meters below sea level on Conrad Maldives Rangali IslandCredit: handout

Nusret was beaten for first place by high-end diner Sublimotion, which charges £ 1,746.77 for a three-hour, 20-course Mediterranean banquet.

Guests can enjoy 360 degree VR technology and immersive film projections blown off the walls of the restaurant at Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza.

Meanwhile, New York’s Masa sushi restaurant took third place for its two-person omakase at £ 1,278.51.

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1 – Sublimotion, Ibiza, Spain

Sublimotion is a Mediterranean high-end restaurant in the Hard Rock Hotel on Ibiza.

The luxurious restaurant – run by Michelin 2-star chef Paco Roncero – uses VR technology to take the guest on a comprehensive journey.

Its most expensive item is the spectacular three-hour 20-course banquet, which takes guests on a journey through different times, places and emotional phases.

Sublimotion is a Mediterranean high-end restaurant in the Hard Rock Hotel on Ibiza

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Sublimotion is a Mediterranean high-end restaurant in the Hard Rock Hotel on IbizaCredit: Alamy

2 – Nusr-Et, London

Last month, Internet icon of Turkish origin Nusret Gökçe – better known as Salt Bae – opened its first British restaurant in London’s Knightsbridge.

It is the chef’s 15th luxury meat restaurant worldwide.

Wealthy guests flocked to sample its famous tomahawk steak, which is plated in 24-karat gold.

But many resisted the inflated prices – the gold-coated meat cost £ 1,450 while the signature burger cost £ 100.

Internet icon of Turkish origin Nusret Gökçe opened her first British restaurant in London's Knightsbridge.

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Internet icon of Turkish origin Nusret Gökçe opened her first British restaurant in London’s Knightsbridge.Photo credit: Instagram

3 – Masa, New York, United States

New York City’s Masa is a Japanese restaurant that offers a high-end, fixed-price sushi menu that is served in the modern, elegant setting of the eatery.

Prices start at a whopping £ 476.81 and go all the way up to £ 1,277.85 for Omakase for two.

Omakase is the Japanese tradition of letting a chef choose your order for you.

The New Yorker Masais is a Japanese restaurant with an upscale sushi menu at a fixed price

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The New Yorker Masais is a Japanese restaurant with an upscale sushi menu at a fixed price

4 – Per se, New York city

Per Se – a French-American tasting menu – the regular nine-course menu costs £ 260.41 per person.

But for those with larger bags there is a more luxurious ‘Evolution’ menu for £ 623 per person.

In the 15 to 20 courses, numerous classics are combined with new and exciting creations.

The regular nine-course menu costs £ 260.41 per person per se.

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The regular nine-course menu costs £ 260.41 per person per se.Credit: Alamy

5 – Ultraviolet, Shanghai

Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet is a 3-Michelin-star single table restaurant in Shanghai, China.

In 2014 Ultraviolet took its place as one of the restaurant members of Les Grandes Tables du Monde – the organization’s first restaurant from China.

The list includes only the best restaurants in the world.

Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet is a 3-Michelin-star single table restaurant in Shanghai, China

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Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet is a 3 Michelin star single table restaurant in Shanghai, China

6 – Kitcho Arashiyama, Tokyo

Kitcho Arashiyama is part of a chain of luxury Japanese restaurants that are committed to using only the best, seasonal ingredients.

Prices start at £ 256.71 and go up to a whopping £ 513.61 for the Kaiseki Course Cuisine.

The multi-meal menu consists of a starter, soup, sashimi, side dish, grill dish, slow cooked dish, steamed rice and cucumber, fruit, green tea and confectionery.

Kitcho Arashiyama only uses the best seasonal ingredients.

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Kitcho Arashiyama only uses the best seasonal ingredients.Photo credit: ShinEbisu / Kitcho Arashiyama Honten

7 – Maison Pic Valence, Paris

Maison Pic Valence offers a luxurious 10-course meal for £ 234.70.

The courses consist of Mediterranean blush in saffron broth, bacon goat cheese berlingots, marinated venison, candied beets and some of the finest chocolate desserts.

For guests who really want to spend money, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available at an additional cost of £ 183.43 for a total of £ 418.13.

Maison Pic Valence offers a luxurious 10-course menu

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Maison Pic Valence offers a luxurious 10-course menu

8th – Aragawa, Tokyo

Aragawa is a popular steakhouse in Tokyo with average prices of £ 403.48 per person.

The most expensive meat is the juicy Wagyu (Kobe) beef, valued at £ 293.48, which comes from spoiled, sake-fed cows.

Aragawa is a popular steakhouse in Tokyo

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Aragawa is a popular steakhouse in Tokyo

9 – Guy Savoy, Paris

The French haute cuisine restaurant Guy Savoy offers high quality la carte and fixed price menus – together with carefully curated wine pairings.

The menu is so good that it has been awarded three Michelin stars. TV chef Gordon Ramsay regards Mr. Savoy as his mentor.

The 18-course Innovations and Inspirations menu includes roasted lobster and artichoke soup with black truffle for £ 385.20.

The French haute cuisine restaurant Guy Savoy offers high quality la carte and fixed price menus

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The French haute cuisine restaurant Guy Savoy offers high quality la carte and fixed price menusCredit: Alamy

10 – Restaurant De L’Hôtel De Ville

De L’Hôtel De Ville restaurant in Switzerland charges £ 304.45 per person for an eleven-course tasting menu.

It includes a lamb fillet, mussels with saffron, core broth with Imperial Ossetra caviar, and beef grilled with wild pepper.

De L'Hôtel De Ville restaurant in Switzerland costs £ 304.45 per person

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De L’Hôtel De Ville restaurant in Switzerland costs £ 304.45 per personCredit: Alamy

11 – Ithaa Undersea, Maldives

Ithaa Undersea is five meters below sea level on the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island.

Guests are offered a panoramic view of the ocean through a dome that extends over their heads.

Staff often feed the fish to attract a variety of marine life – including sharks and stingrays.

The lunch and dinner menus – coordinated with a wine concept – present local flavors with western influences and cost £ 234.75 per person.

The 10 most expensive restaurants in the world

1 – sublimation, Ibiza

2 – Nusr-Et, London

3 – Masa, New York, United States

4 – Per Se, New York, United States

5 – Ultraviolet, Shanghai, China

6 – Kitcho Arashiyama, Tokyo, Japan

7 – Maison Pic Valence, Paris, France

8 – Aragawa, Tokyo, Japan

9 – Guy Savoy, Paris, France

10 – Restaurant De L’Hôtel De Ville, Crissier

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