Quick Answer: Who is the richest restaurant in India?

Which is the No 1 restaurant in India?

Chef Manish Mehrotra’s Indian Accent has been crowned yet again as India’s best restaurant, with The Bombay Canteen at number 2. The Delhi restaurant was displaced last year by the Mumbai’s favourite restaurant, but has reclaimed its spot at the third edition of Condé Nast Traveller & Himalayan Top Restaurant Awards.

What is the richest food in India?

8 Of The Most Expensive Dishes Served In India

  • Pizza – Qube, The Leela Palace, Delhi:
  • Gold plated dosa, Rajbhog, Bangalore:
  • Lamb, Vetro-Oberoi:
  • Grilled Pork Chop – Yuuka, St.Regis, Palladium:
  • Butter Chicken – Anaarkali, Hyderabad:
  • Peking Duck – CHI NI, New Delhi:
  • Chef’s Studio by Taj, Mumbai:
  • Wasabi at Taj, Delhi:

Which city has the best restaurants in India?

Mumbai and Kolkata have the highest number of restaurants that offer specialised international cuisines (276 and 261 restaurants) and Hyderabad offers the least (145).

Which is the most costly food in world?

Eight of the world’s most expensive foods

  1. Saffron. If your rice is luminous yellow, then the chances are it’s been sharing a saucepan with saffron. …
  2. Caviar. …
  3. Oysters. …
  4. White Truffle. …
  5. Iberico ham. …
  6. Wagyu beef. …
  7. Kopi Luwak coffee. …
  8. Foie gras.

Which chef earns the most money?

The 10 Highest Paid Chefs Of 2021

  • 8 David Chang: $60 Million.
  • 7 Emeril Lagasse: $60 Million.
  • 6 Rachel Ray: $77 Million.
  • 5 Thomas Keller: $80 Million.
  • 4 Wolfgang Puck: $82 Million.
  • 3 Gordon Ramsay: $190 Million.
  • 2 Nobu Matsuhisa: $200 Million.
  • 1 Jamie Oliver: $372 Million.
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What is the most cheapest restaurant in the world?

Hawker Chan, known for having the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred meal, has lost it star. The food bible’s 2021 guide, released September 1, notably left out the once renowned restaurant. Founded by Chef Chan Hon Meng, the eatery is known for its chicken and rice, priced at $2.25.