Dining Prices Fit for a Queen

London's restaurants have become the most expensive in the world, outdoing Tokyo and Parisand blowing past New York and L.A.

London has laid claim to the world's most expensive sandwich—Japanese Wagyu beef on sourdough for $172 at Selfridges—and the costliest single-ticket subway fare ($8), so perhaps it comes as no surprise that the British capital has now overtaken Tokyo as the world's most expensive city for dining out.

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