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Spanish restaurant to be world's most expensive

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Spanish restaurant to be world's most expensive
Sublimotion will offer a “gastro-sensory” spectacle to the lucky dozen; including lights, sounds and levitating dinner plates. Photo: YouTube
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The Spanish party island of Ibiza will soon house the most expensive restaurant on the planet, where a meal for one will cost the (not so) lucky customer a staggering €1,500 ($2075).

Spain can already boast having the best restaurant in the world thanks to the Roca brothers’ Celler de Can Roca eatery (awarded first prize by prestigious UK magazine Restaurant).

A gourmet menu there costs foodies an average €165, a pittance compared to what customers at the upcoming Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza will have to pay for their “avant-garde gastronomy”.

Set to open on June 1st, the Sublimotion’s €1,500 menus will be served up by Paco Roncero, a Spanish chef with two Michelin stars under his belt.

As a symbol of its exclusivity, only twelve guests will be served every night.

The select restaurant, found at Ibiza’s emblematic d’en Bossa beach, will offer a “gastro-sensory” spectacle to the lucky dozen; including lights, sounds and levitating dinner plates.

Food website the Daily Meal put together a list in December 2013 of the most expensive restaurants in the world.

In first place was Kitcho, a high-end establishment in Japan with menus costing €450 per person. That’s less than a third of what guests at Sublimotion will have to cough up.

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