The world’s most expensive restaurant: Why it’s the world’s cheapest
It’s hard to beat the $1,000 price tag for a meal at one of the world is best known for its Michelin stars.
But when you’re looking to spend as little as $1 to $1.50, the world of premium dining is not as expensive as you might think.
The best places to eat for less than $10 in the U.S. are located in some of the country’s most remote areas.
Below, we’ve rounded up the 10 best places around the globe to dine for under $10.
Aya Kachina’s at S.J. Fried Chicken in Sydney, Australia (Kachina, the former head chef of A.C. Cooks, a Japanese chain of fast-casual restaurants, is no longer with the company.
The restaurant, which opened in 2001, has been in the family since 1997.)
Marmite at R.
J’s Grill & Bar in New York City, NY (Marmite, a brand of bread, is available on nearly every menu at RJ’s.)
P.O.V. at The Gourmet at The Grand in Portland, OR (The Gourmet is owned by the owners of The Grand, a popular Vietnamese restaurant.)
Nubian at The Bamboo Lounge in San Francisco, CA (Nubian is a popular Thai food place in the Bay Area.)
Panna at Panna in Miami, FL (Panna is a restaurant in Miami.)
Ristorante di Parma at Parma Italian in New Orleans, LA (The Parma is a new restaurant opening this summer in New England.)
Gino’s at The Grill in Seattle, WA (Gino’s has been around for years and has been a favorite among locals.)
El Rey at El Rey in Los Angeles, CA 9.
Bistro La Calabria in Miami Beach, FL 10.
Restaurant du Poulette at the Royal at La Cala in Paris, France.