USA Today’s recently compiled list of the world’s most expensive restaurants provides a glimpse at how the other one percent does dinner. The “winner” is Kitcho, in Kyoto, Japan, where chef Kunio Tokuoka prepares $600-a-head meals; bringing up the rear is the three-Michelin-star Schloss Schauenstein in Switzerland, a bargain at $269. Alain Ducasse properties show up twice—Restaurant Le Meurice in Paris, where patrons enjoy dinner in Versailles-inspired ...

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