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The Japanese restaurant Urasawa is located on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, so you can expect the food to be quite pricey. Per person, the cost is around $350 for the whole meal. However, the amount of food they offer, generally around 29 small courses, as well as the quality helps to justify the price.
One of the best things about this classy Japanese restaurant is that each time you come back for a visit, the food on the menu is going to be different. This is not a place that you would likely go to several times a month, but a once a year or even a once in a lifetime visit is well worth it. Not only is the food delicious and prepared specifically for you, it is beautiful to look at, as well. The head chef and everyone else at Urasawa understand that presentation is an important part of the experience, and will prepare your food accordingly.
You should keep in mind that alcoholic drinks are not included with the price of the meal, so factor that into your sum, especially if you are bringing a large party of people. Once the wine starts flowing, your tab can quickly get out of control if you are trying to stick to a set budget. That much said, the wines at Urasawa are incredible and very unique. You will be able to choose from a variety of French wines, as well as from the robust sake list at this Japanese restaurant.
If you plan to head out to Urasawa, you will need to make a reservation well in advance. Only up to 10 guests at a time are able to dine at this exclusive restaurant. But even with these restrictions and the high prices, people flock to Urasawa. Without a doubt, it is the best Japanese restaurant in the city.
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