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Craving An Amazing Meal? Here Are The Least & Most Expensive Top-Rated Michelin Restaurants In The World

Sep. 22 2021, Published 3:13 p.m. ET

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Now that restaurants are open again, people are eager to eat some good meals — but it can come at a price. But Chef's Pencil pulled together the least and most expensive top-rated Michelin restaurant, so that you don't have to scroll on your phone for hours to find the perfect spot.

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The outlet researched the menus of 450 restaurants that have earned two or three Michelin stars. Lunch is the most affordable meal, and their top tasting menu is usually an 8-12 course served at dinner.

"Besides the number of stars, geography plays a huge role in pricing a Michelin-starred restaurant," the website shares.

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The top five most affordable countries to dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant include Thailand ($173 average price of the tasting menu), Ireland ($212 average price of the tasting menu), South Korea ($213 average price of the tasting menu), Taiwan ($213 average price of the tasting menu) and Portugal ($217 average price of the tasting menu).

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Other countries where it may be cheaper than normal include Spain, Belgium, Austria, Netherlands and Germany.

In terms of the most expensive Michelin-starred restaurants, Denmark comes in at number one, as the average price of the tasting menu is $404. Singapore is second ($364 average price of the tasting menu), Sweden comes in third ($327 average price of the tasting menu) while Japan ($322 average price of the tasting menu) comes in fourth and the United States ($313 average price of the tasting menu) lands spot number five.

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China, the U.K., France, Switzerland and Italy are also on the more expensive side.

Chef's Pencil declared that on average, the full tasting menu costs $252 for two-starred restaurants and $357 for three-starred restaurants.

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Additionally, Copenhagen is the most expensive city ($448) for a Michelin meal, followed by Shanghai ($406), Kyoto ($401), Singapore ($364) and Paris ($358).

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On the other hand, Bangkok ($173), Lyon ($203), Seoul ($213), Rotterdam ($216) and Barcelona ($224) all have reasonably priced Michelin restaurants.

Whether you're eating in front of the Eiffel Tower or looking at Shanghai Tower, your meal will surely be delicious!

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