Guests have spoken out recently about how expensive the Disney Parks experience has gotten.
With no Magical Express, no parking trams, an all-new paid FastPass service, and a high-end immersive trip on the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, Guests are commenting on the value of a Disney vacation.
Now, for those who can afford it, Disney Springs is offering a very exclusive dinner for $5,055.
Located in Disney Springs in Florida, Morimoto Asia is where Guests at Walt Disney World can experience the finest in Pan-Asian cuisine. The restaurant is from Chef Morimoto, most famous for his appearance on Iron Chef America on the Food Network.
This restaurant offers Guests unique exhibition kitchens that provide behind-the-scenes views of traditions like Peking duck carving and dim sum, along with a 36-foot tall, two-story layout, which even further immerses Guests into only the finest dining experience.
And if your wallet allows it, you can experience a very unique and expensive dining event here on December 4.
The dining experience is hosted by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and features the rare 55-year-old Yamazaki 55 Japanese whisky:
For a truly once-in-a-lifetime evening, join Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and the Morimoto Asia team on Saturday Dec. 4 for Yamazaki 55 Momokase, featuring the oldest and most rare Japanese whisky – Yamazaki 55. Only 200 bottles of this 55-year-old luxurious elixir have ever been produced, and we now have one here at Morimoto Asia.
Beginning at 7:30 P.M., Guests will enjoy a multi-course dining experience, with a menu fully customized and served by Chef Morimoto:
Each taste will be masterfully designed to pair with aged Yamazaki whisky – 12, 18, and 25 years. Guests will finish their culinary journey by becoming one of a select few in the world to get to taste the smooth and woody notes of the exclusive and high-end Yamazaki 55.
And Guests paying this wild price won’t leave empty-handed.
Each attendee paying the $5,055 price tag will take home a custom engraved Yamazaki 55 glass, an elegant and unique keepsake of the evening.
This experience, taking place at the sushi bar, is extremely limited, with only 14 seats available.
Will you be attending the event on December 4? Let us know!