Gordon Ramsay's Royal Hospital Road named one of the most expensive restaurants

17 October 2006
Gordon Ramsay's Royal Hospital Road named one of the most expensive restaurants

Gordon Ramsay's Royal Hospital road restaurant in Chelsea has been named one of the world's most expensive restaurants by Forbes Magazine.

The three Michelin-starred restaurant was found to cost $183 (£98) per person for dinner with one glass of wine.

It came second only to Tokyo's steak house Aragawa which would set diners back $368 (£197) each and Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee in Paris where the bill is around $231 (£124) for dinner for one.

The list, which excludes US contenders as a separate list will be published next week, was compiled in conjunction with guide publisher Zagat Survey.

In descending price order, the remainder of the world's top 10 most expensive restaurants are Acquarello in Munich ($125 (£67)), Alberto Ciarla in Rome ($113 (£61)), Sushi Kaji in Toronto ($109 (£58)), Queue de Cheval Steak House in Montreal ($85 (£46)), El Amparo in Madrid ($70 (£38)), Whampoa Club in Shanghai ($63 (£34)) and Boeucc in Milan ($62 (£33)).

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By Emily Manson

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