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Spanish Restaurant to Become World's Most Expensive With a $2,000 Tasting Menu

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A restaurant opening this Summer in Spain is looking to take the title of world's most expensive tasting menu. Sublimotion will open at the upcoming Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza offering 12 guests a €1,500 (roughly $2,073) 20 course tasting menu created by chef Paco Roncero. According to the Daily Mail, this means Roncero — the two Michelin-starred chef of La Terraza del Casino in Madrid — will be serving the world's most expensive menu. At over $2,000 per person, Sublimotion is more than double the cost of America's most expensive tasting menus.

As the preview video below shows, along with incredibly expensive food the restaurant will also serve up nifty lighting and projections to accompany the meal, similar to those used in El Celler de Can Roca's culinary opera experience El Somni. The hotel's website describes the cuisine as "a radically different display of gastronomy" and that together with the setting "create[s] a complete and unprecedented emotional experience." Per the Local, Sublimotion will open its doors in June. Go, watch, and learn more about what $2,000 worth of dinner will look like:

Video: Sublimotion

· New Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza to Open the Most Expensive Restaurant in the World [Daily Mail]
· Spanish Restaurant to Be World's Most Expensive [Local via @ElizabethOnFood]
· Sublimotion [Vimeo]
· All Rich People Things Coverage on Eater [-E-]


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