The most delicious holiday ever at $275,000 features a visit to every Michelin 3 star restaurant

By now, you might be acquainted with VeryFirstTo, the luxury portal, which is known to put together the most exciting of offers. We’ve seen the company conjure the world’s most expensive holiday as well as gift autophiles the opportunity to drive a different car every week. Now the portal collaborates with award winning online travel company Holidaysplease to give all food enthusiasts a one of its kind experience – the opportunity to visit all 109 Michelin 3 star restaurants. The six-month long trip will take a couple to top rated restaurants in 12 countries across the globe. Along with visiting the restaurant, couples can also enjoy the luxury of taking in local sites.

The highlights of the trip include: ‘Salmon Poached in a Liquorice Gel’ at experimental chef Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck in England; the delicacies of legendary chef Alain Ducasse in Monaco; and Arzak’s ‘Pineapple Bubbles’ in the mountainous Basque country. Other restaurants on the visit list are Lung King Heen (Hong Kong); Sushi Yoshitake (Tokyo); Per Se (New York) and Meurice (Paris).

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The couple’s stay will be arranged at luxurious five star hotels such as Trump International (New York); Conrad (Tokyo): Hotel De Paris (Monte Carlo) and Claridges (London). All for a hefty price tag of £182,000 (approximating to $275, 500) for a couple.

A donation of £1,500 ($2,270) will be made to charity: The Prince’s Trust, that helps change young lives, once the trip is purchased.

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The cost includes organisation of: travel, accommodation and restaurant reservations; and costs of flights; hotel rooms and meals at the Michelin restaurants. The meal costs have been estimated at an average of £250/ head including house wine. The couple will pay the restaurants directly and the meal cost will obviously depend upon what has been ordered.

[Via – Very-First-To]

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