Dinner at One of the World's Most Expensive Restaurants
31 July, 2017
Alain Ducasse’s three Michelin star Le Louis XV restaurant in Monte Carlo is old-school fine dining at its most opulent.
It’s a showcase for Ducasse’s refined and delicious Mediterranean cuisine, where the full dinner experience will set you back close to 500 euros ($585) per person.
While it’s a fantasy meal for many, this video from Elite Life offers a tantalising glimpse of what to expect, should you ever find yourself inside this grand, Versaille-like dining room at the L'Hôtel de Paris.
It’s all white gloves, cloches and clockwork service, and precise three Michelin star food delivered with the kind of attention to detail you only find at restaurants of this calibre.
And, we'd happily sit and enjoy the bread basket and ultra-creamy looking local butter on its own.
White gloves, palace interiors, made to measure menu — this is how the dinner from Alain Ducasse at Le Louis XV (Monte Carlo, Monaco) looks like. One of a kind restaurant that every food aficionado must visit.
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