Imagine sitting in an exotic location with 11 friends and getting served a lavish 20 course meal by a team of 27 people. Sounds fancy, right? Well for the first time, on the island of Ibiza, the restaurant Sublimotion, which also happens to be the most expensive restaurant in the world, does just that through its unique and refreshing gastronomic show. This show is basically a collaboration of different professionals like chefs, architects, screenwriters, illusionists, choreographers, engineers and set designers who come together to create a virtual yet realistic environment that is certain to give you a unique dining experience. From jungles and oceans to themes showcasing dining in the future, Sublimotion is truly worth its price.
The inimitable idea behind Sublimotion was explored inside the research workshop of Spanish Chef Paco Roncero in 2012. It officially opened for the first time on the island of Ibiza in 2014 and, within a year, was also awarded the Best Innovation FSB award at the World Wide Hospitality Awards. According to Paco, it’s not just food, it’s a miraculous show of approximately 3 hours in a space designed to intensify your bliss.
So, if you’ve gotten interested in paying this creative place a visit and if you are pocket ready to deal with its prices, here’s a heads up from our side. Firstly, the most suitable time to visit Ibiza would be between November-April, when the average daytime temperature is about 15º C. Do keep in mind, however, that when the sun comes out it may rapidly rise to 25º C. Another thing to keep in mind is that you just can’t walk in and eat at Sublimotion as you’ll require a prior reservation.
You’d be happy to know that whenever you reach your table, you’ll be welcomed with your name being displayed on it. Also, you should know that you’d be required to wear special Sublimotion glasses during your meal so as to experience the gastronomic show around you.
What makes Sublimotion the most expensive restaurant in the world is its location. Located in the Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza, reaching this restaurant is pretty easy. All you need to do is take a flight to Ibiza Airport and then from there hail a taxi to Hard Rock Hotel.
Address: Ctra. Playa D’en Bossa, s/n
Sant Jordi de Ses Salines, Ibiza, Spain
(Hard Rock Hotel)
Contact No.: 34618891358
Operating Hours: Not Available
Food Takeaway: Unavailable
Cost: € 1500 per head
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