5 Most Expensive Cuisines in New York

The luxury of New York City widens beyond Saks Fith Avenue, flowing into restaurants with award-winning chefs and the most pioneering cuisine from around the world. So if you are in New York City and feel like you deserve more than just a luxurious retail therapy trip, go forth and indulge in some expensive food therapy instead. Here are the top 5 most exceptional and the most expensive cuisines.


This contemporary French Cuisine earns the #1 spot on this coveted list with its grand neo-classical architecture. The award-winning cuisine is famous for its Golden Osetra caviar, creative cocktails and sumptuous late-night desserts to satisfy all your cravings. The cuisine Situated at 60 East and 65th Street and the average cost would be $470 per person.


Chef Takayama’s fans claim to be transported into a parallel dimension with the premium dining experience that he creates at this Japanese cuisine. Reflecting the Japanese custom, exceptional hospitality is an integral part of the Masa dining experience and is provided to every guest. The cuisine Situated at 10 Columbus Circle and the average cost would be $450 per person

Old homestead steakhouse

Located in the heart of the former meatpacking district, in what has become one of Manhattan’s trendiest neighbourhoods for entertainment, culture, hospitality and nightlife, Old Homestead has operated from the same place since opening its doors in 1868 – making it one of the longest continually serving restaurants in America. if you are a steak fan, you have come to the right restaurant as they specialize in three food categories- beef, beef and more beef! Serves 12 ounces of famous Japanese K obe beef prepared to perfection, also the most expensive steak in the city. Situated at 56 and 9th Avenue and the average cost would be $350 per person.

Per Se

This New American and French style cuisine by Thomas Keller presents a new variation of his 9-course tasting menu each day that you could enjoy with wine; the list highlights a collection of older wines as well as wines from small producers that are released in limited quantities. If you can manage to choose one from their award-winning collection of 2000 bottles! The cuisine Situated at 0 Columbus Circle and the average cost would be $321 per person

The Chef’s Table

This French and Japanese Cuisine is going to steal your heart with fresh, delicious groceries and prepared foods at approachable prices, with the perks and services of an old-school neighbourhood grocer. Brooklyn’s only 3 Michelin starred restaurant is famous for the 15-course chef’s table where Cesar Ramirez changes the menu every day to incorporate the season’s freshest flavours with the final tasting lasting for two whole hours! The cuisine Situated at 200 Schermerhorn Street, Boerum Hill and the average cost would be $306 per person.

> Alma Siddiqua

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