Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay charges $325 per person for Christmas dinner at any of his restaurants, and drinks aren’t included in the extortionate price.
London-based Gordon Ramsay’s Pétrus released the sample menu and the tantalizing amount that accompanies it.
The six-course meal includes confit egg and lobster ravioli, followed by a choice of Dover sole or Cumbrian venison, as well as brillat-savarin, sorbet and hazelnut soufflé.
The price of the festive reservation does not include the 15% discretionary service charge.
Last year the Michelin star chef made headlines by offering the same festive menu for a similar amount.
Other restaurants belonging to the Chef host also offer Christmas spreads.
The Savoy has an extravagant menus for the same amount as Pétrus.
The seven-course dinner includes lobster, beef wellington and a shellfish cocktail. For dessert: Christmas pudding or Chestnut Mont Blanc.
Like Pétrus, the high price does not include the 15% discretionary gratuity.
Guests dining at the restaurant can expect canapes, as well as a starter, main course, and dessert of their choice.
Main course options include roast turkey and trimmings, roast venison, and an artichoke risotto.
Like other Ramsay-owned restaurants, a 15% discretionary service charge will also be added to the final bill.
The TV personality’s flagship London restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, was previously named the third most expensive in the world.
In 2006, a restaurant meal, including tip and an alcoholic drink, cost £108 ($190) per person, making it the most expensive in London.