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Top 10 Most Expensive Restaurants in India

By Akanksha - December 04, 2023 06:41 PM

A few hours spent in an opulent setting can result in a five-figure bill thanks to the extensive menu, fine tableware, and carefully chosen, premium ingredients. And if you're feeling festive, the extravagance of this event is well worth the indulgence. When you're feeling indulgent, we suggest visiting these Indian eateries with the priciest menus.

One of the biggest pleasures in life has always been dining out. Even while every meal has a unique quality, nothing compares to the unique experience of dining at a fine dining restaurant.

Top 10 Most Expensive Restaurants in India

These upscale eateries in India provide some of the most costly menus in the nation and guarantee an exquisite culinary experience that your taste buds and pocketbook will cherish forever. These are all about being extravagant, so leave your sense of financial responsibility at the entrance.

Restaurant Name City Owner
Giardino - Jai Mahal Palace Jaipur Mr. Ashok Rathore
Le Cirque - The Leela Palace Delhi Sirio Maccioni
Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs - ITC Windsor Bengaluru ITC Limited
Souk - The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai Daraius Batliwala & Rustom Patell
Royal Vega - ITC Grand Chola Chennai ITC Hotels
Adaa - Taj Falaknuma Palace Hyderabad Hyderabad Adaa - Azmet Jah
Bukhara - ITC Maurya New Delhi Chef Madan Jaiswal
Orient Express - Taj Palace New Delhi Indian Hotels Company Limited
Wasabi by Morimoto, The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai Chef Masaharu Morimoto
Ocean, The Private Dining Room Mumbai Mr. Manish Sodhi

10. Giardino - Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur


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Elegantly prepared kinds of pasta and fine pizzas are served at this opulent Italian eatery. Delicious and exquisite sweets are served here. Not only is the bar's extensive selection of wines and drinks excellent, but guests also complement the stylish décor and friendly service. A few hours here would set you back around Rs 4,000. It's located in Pink City.

Cost for Two:Rs 4000

9. Le Cirque - The Leela Palace, Delhi

Le Cirque

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As visitors tuck into the delicious scallops and morel mushroom risotto, jazz music enchants them. They are entertained with a delectable selection of wine and beverages. For more opulent events, the chef-tasting menu is a fantastic choice. With private dining options and a big yet cosy atmosphere, it welcomes several local leaders and celebrities.

The interactive chef's kitchen and walk-in wine cellar are the highlights of this place. Visitors may view the hotel's verdant surroundings via the magnificent glass arch, which is also breathtaking to view. The cost of a lunch here is around Rs 6000.

Cost for Two:Rs 6000

8. Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs - ITC Windsor, Bengaluru

Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs

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This award-winning restaurant serves Anglo-Awadhi food in an elegant setting. People in the city love dining here, especially for the delicious kebabs and dum biryani. This place has a large dessert menu that includes items like begum pudding, kulfi, Gulab ki kheer, and shahi tukda. There is an extensive wine selection as well, with each wine matched to one of the chef's specialities. For two people, an evening here will cost around Rs 5,000 without booze.

Cost for Two:Rs 5000

7. Souk - The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai


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Serving Mediterranean and Lebanese cuisine, this rooftop restaurant in Mumbai has views of the ocean and the Gateway of India. Noteworthy dishes include Lebanese pizza, smoked lamb chops, and house-brewed teas.

This location is regarded as one of the most romantic in the city. It's said that the bar has a superb selection of wines from throughout the globe. The whole cost of the lunch, if you enjoy a few and make space for the exquisite sweets, will be around Rs 5,000.

Cost for Two:Rs 5000

6. Royal Vega - ITC Grand Chola, Chennai

Royal Vega

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This well-known fine-dining restaurant in Chennai serves Mughlai extravagance paired with conventional Indian cuisine. The menu is vegetarian and features a variety of specially prepared dishes that change seasonally and are all inspired by India's previous royal kitchens.

Most customers write home praising the Kashmiri pulao and beautiful apricot halwa, and they are raving about the presentation and atmosphere here. A delicious dinner here would set you back around Rs 7,000.

Cost for Two:Rs 7000

5. Adaa - Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad


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Being shown some royal hospitality is a must-do when visiting Nizam City. Sat in the lap of luxury, Adaa at Taj Falaknuma provides a delightful day or evening of regional cuisine and breathtaking vistas.

The most memorable aspect for most visitors is the excellent presentation; dahi ke kebab and veg handi biryani are popular choices. You may also see some peacocks in the mornings. About Rs 8,000 will get you this fairytale-like experience for two individuals.

Cost for Two:Rs 8000

4. Bukhara - ITC Maurya, New Delhi


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North-West Indian specialities are served at Bukhara, which features an open kitchen and an opulent yet rustic atmosphere. Highly recommended are the kebabs, tikkas, subz khasta, tandoori aloo, and tandoori naan, all of which are served on clay crockery.

The eatery has been recognized as one of the best 20 restaurants in Asia for more than six years, earning it the Miele Asia Award. If you're in the capital city, this restaurant is a must-visit and is well-liked by the people. A two-person lunch here costs around Rs 8,000.

Cost for Two:Rs 8000

3. Orient Express - Taj Palace, New Delhi

Orient Express

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This restaurant offers a unique experience that is hard to find anywhere in the nation, drawing inspiration from the opulent long-distance passenger train that plied its trade across Europe for almost a century. With appetizers, dinners, sorbets, and desserts honouring the nations the train travelled through, the wide menu features typical European fare.

Here, customers may choose from a four-course prix fixe menu, which has popular choices such as the spicy duck and souffle. Please make reservations by calling ahead since this restaurant is nearly always completely booked. A two-person lunch here would set you back around Rs 12,000.00.

Cost for Two:Rs 12000

2. Wasabi by Morimoto, The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

Wasabi by Morimoto, The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

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Serving up the most delicious Japanese fare in the city, Wasabi by Morimoto is frequented by celebrities and connoisseurs of sushi alike. Iron Chef Morimoto’s unique, distinctive creations are made with ingredients that are specially sourced from Japan, and popular options here include the black cod miso, sashimi, and wasabi creme brulee.

The exquisite food and ambience earned this spot a place in Asia’s 50 best restaurants in 2018. Dinner here can cost up to INR 12,000 approximately for two people.

Cost for Two:Rs 12000

1. Ocean, The Private Dining Room, Mumbai


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With an exquisite design and a varied menu that includes North Indian, Mediterranean, and pan-Asian cuisine, this unique location stands out against the backdrop of marine riches. Though not a restaurant, customers must reserve The Private Dining room at least one day in advance.

It's frequently used for board meetings and special occasions. You may customize the menu here, and dining entails being greeted by exotic aquatic animals. Ultimately, it's a wallet- and belt-loosening event that costs around Rs 25,000 for two persons.

Cost for Two:Rs 25000

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About the Author:

Akanksha Sinha

I'm Akanksha Sinha, an expert in writing sports blogs, news, and various articles for entertainment and more. I bring a unique flair to my work, providing insightful perspectives on the world of sports.

My articles aim to inform and entertain, making me a go-to source for sports enthusiasts seeking a blend of information and enjoyment. With a passion for storytelling and a keen eye for detail, I consistently deliver compelling narratives that resonate with a diverse audience.