7 of the World’s Most Expensive Fine Dining Restaurants

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Contrary to the popular opinion regarding the term “fine dining,” the experience doesn’t have to be glamourous, or fancy, or uptight, or whatever other negative connotations may be floating around. In fact, Stella Blu prides themselves as being one of the top restaurants to offer fine dining in Nashua that is fun, social, and laid back.

The term fine dining suggests that customers are offered the very best in food, superior service, and a unique atmosphere. So, if you’ve visited us here at Stella Blu, you understand why we consider ourselves a fine dining restaurant. However, another common misconception about fine dining is the dent it will make in your wallet. For fun, we thought we’d take a look at some of the most expensive restaurants around the globe.




Narisaw offers their customers some of the most innovative cuisine that is tailored to the season and the day. However, expect to pay $255 when stopping by for lunch.


Eleven Madison Park

New York City

If you’re in the art district of New York, and budget isn’t a concern, Eleven Madison Park is an experience you won’t want to miss. From cheesecake with caviar to honey and lavender glazed duck, the 8 course dinner meal will run around $335.



Conrad Rangali Islands, Maldives

If you’re making the trip to the Maldives, why not splurge a bit more with a trip to Ithaa? The world’s first undersea restaurant presents panoramic views of coral garden and marine life. Showing local flavors with a Western influence, this experience will run you around $390 per person.


Restaurant De L’Hotel De Ville


Offering only the freshest ingredients, the menu here is constantly changing with the season. Regardless of the menu, an average dinner will run you $400.




With a claim to fame of serving only the freshest ingredients, at the Arpege patrons are served daily-picked produce that has never seen the inside of a refrigerator. However, freshness comes with a price of $471.



New York

Founded by the man who pioneered the haute sushi experience, Masa Takayama. Chefs prepare whatever is fresh that day and no viewable is available. Dining here will cost you a minimum of $600.


The French Laundry


Located in Napa Valley, The French Laundry is as its name suggests. Specializing in French cuisine this trip will average $450 per person.


Although the list could go on, we think you get the idea.

Next time you’re looking for somewhere to visit, consider experiencing fine dining in Nashua like never before. Here at Stella Blu, we’ll roll out the red carpet in a casual manner. Our team brings not only the best level of service around, but we’ll provide you with an affordable experience that will have you coming back time and again. Be sure to check out our upcoming events when planning your visit!

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