3 of the UK’s Most Expensive Dinner Dates
By: Marielo Gomez |
If money was no object, would you take your partner on any of these mega expensive dinner dates? If you’re a Fois Gras, Pigeon or Seafood lover, these restaurants are the main ingredient for the 3 of the most expensive dinner dates in the UK…
Dinner Date 1: Restaurant Gordon Ramsey
Holding three Michelin-stars, Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurant provides elegant modern French cuisine using the finest seasonal ingredients and employing both classic and modern techniques.
Dinner Date 2: The Waterside Inn
A legendary name, a restaurant with a unique heritage… and all in a sublime setting. For more than 40 years, diners have been flocking to the picturesque village of Bray simply to visit the Waterside Inn. Today, under the leadership of chef-patron Alain Roux, no other British restaurant can claim to have held three Michelin stars for so long.
When money is no object, why dine amongst others, when you can hire your own room, and sample the beautiful delights of The Waterside Inn for just over £150 per person (not including drinks or service charge)?
Dinner Date 3: Le Gavroche
Le Gavroche was the first UK restaurant to be awarded one, two and three Michelin stars. The chef de cuisine is Michel Roux Jr, who took over the reins from his father, Albert in 1991. The fact that Le Gavroche continues to maintain the highest of reputations amongst both diners and critics is testament to the excellence of the food being prepared by Michel.
An amazing meal at Le Gavroche will cost you around £90 per head, and your choices may include Coquilles St. Jacques and Millefeuille aux Framboises. Yum!
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