The Most Expensive Restaurants in Pasadena

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The Most Expensive Restaurants in Pasadena

Sushi, steak, Italian, Argentinian: these elegant Pasadena eateries offer the best luxury dining experience for a special occasion or an impromptu date night.

 

Alexander’s Steakhouse

An American steakhouse with Japanese influences, Alexander’s prides itself on serving the best cuts of meat. Known for their exceptional service and manicured tables, Alexander’s excels at crafting delicious dishes in a luxurious setting.

Il Fornaio

ll Fornaio brings the taste of Italy to Pasadena with its homemade pastas and unique Italian dishes made from the finest ingredients. Cozy, yet elegant, Il Fornaio has been a local favorite for almost 20 years.

Malbec

Authentic Argentinian dishes prepared on an Argentinian grill, this is the secret behind Malbec’s delicious cuisine. The restaurant’s elegant ambiance is elevated by an impressive menu that’s rich in flavor and tradition.

Sugarfish

Born from the philosophy of celebrated sushi chef, Kazunori Nozawa, Sugarfish strives to serve the highest quality traditional sushi in Pasadena. The restaurant’s intimate setting is first come, first serve, so if you have to wait you can enjoy a few drinks at the bar.

Gyu Kaku

Traditional Japanese BBQ, Gyu Kaku subscribes to the philosophy that great meals should be shared. Guests can enjoy sake while cooking dishes by hand over a flaming charcoal grill in the center of the table.

Sushi Roku

Fusing traditional sushi techniques with European and Latin American flavors, Sushi Roku is blending fine ingredients with innovative techniques to create delicious bites. The stylish dining room is the perfect setting for a night out with friends or a quiet date night.

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