Shanghai, China

Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet

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Video Courtesy of Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet

This makes it the most expensive restaurant in China and one of the most expensive in the world.

The top-priced menu  costs over $1,400 per person.

Ultraviolet provides a multi-sensory experience, combining amazing food, lights, sounds and scents.

And there is more...

The restaurant has no address.  A chauffeur will take you "somewhere" in Shanghai.

Start feeling the adrenaline pumping?

You arrive at a secret location. This is not just food, but the start of an incredible experience.

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It's all about creating an immersive dining experience that takes diners to a culinary journey beyond their wildest dreams.

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Ultraviolet has 3 Michelin Stars. Only 3 other restaurants in China have 3 full Michelin stars.

The food is creative, with a flawless execution and stimulating the senses. And probably much more....

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