It takes a lot to really shock Londoners who are numb to climbing Prices (See: rent, transportation, cost of living, etc.) – but not one The breakfast house It has been jaw-dropping since its doors opened last month.
Luxury Steakhouse, Nusser-Et, is notorious for its £ 630 Tomahawk Steak and the £ 100 Golden Burger. Last week, former TOWIE star Gemma Collins She admits she spent 4 1,450 On steak during her visit.
But the Salt Bay establishment is bold Boasting rude prices, Which is far from the over-priced eatery in the capital’s iconic restaurant scene.
With so many celebrity chefs, hotels and luxury restaurants choosing London, it’s no surprise that such companies pay a premium price to eat.
We’ve completed some of the most expensive dining experiences in London:
Tea for two at the Palace Rubens, £ 500
It’s an afternoon tea, but make it ultra lux. Rubens Hotel at the Royal Muse of Buckingham Palace, Offers her Golden Tips tea for £ 500 “White-Glove Service” for two people to enjoy tea, scones, cakes, pastries and finger sandwiches.
However, it’s not just any old tea you drink here. According to Rubens, this dining experience featured Ceylon Golden Tips, weighted by “Golden Scales.”
The hotel’s website states that “each end is placed in a silver teapot individually with gold tints,” followed by the extraordinary decorative tea presented in a “mahogany box covered with velvet.”
The hefty price tag includes a Lanson champagne bottle that is saberred for extra flair at the table.
Helen Daroz on Connaught’s wine pairing menu, £ 498
With three Michelin stars under its belt, The Connaught showcases the best of Halen Daroz.
Diners are served wine and dining in a brush-hued room, with deep velvet and leather seats and exposed wooden tablecloths to enhance the romance.
Daroz, an acclaimed chef from The Landes in Northeast France, established this feat with luxury ingredients and classic cooking techniques.
Of the restaurant The latest autumn menu The seven-course winemaking menu is priced at £ 498 per person, allowing patrons to “discover some permanent and iconic producers” available at Connaught’s Wine Cellar.
Sushi Omakase in The Araki, £ 310
Araki is renowned as one of the capital’s most exclusive restaurants, allowing only ten people to dine twice a night.
This is something to be proud of Just one menu – Its sushi omakase chef’s set menu, excluding drinks, is priced at more than £ 300 per person.
Those lucky enough to make a reservation in one of these special seats know that the doors are locked 30 minutes after diners and head chef Marty Lau are booked to allow them to focus on what’s on hand.
Locke uses a 200-year-old sushi technique from Tokyo to guide his guests through a special dining experience. Those who dine in Araki see that they are expertly prepared dishes immediately and ensure freshness.
Experimental Gastronomy at Dinner by Heston, £ 200
Heston Blumenthal is one of Britain’s most famous chefs, especially for his practical approach to food and flavors. His quirky, sci-fi cookery has won his first restaurant, The Fat Duck, three Michelin stars and more than once the world’s best restaurant.
Blumenthal’s London restaurant, Dinner by Heston, has two Michelin stars and is one of the top dishes to see and see.
You can book An eight-course menu at Dinner by Heston At £ 200 per person, it is available for both lunch and dinner. Discretionary service fees bring this price down to £ 227 – and if you choose a wine pairing, the bill can go up to £ 500 per person.