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A meal at Le Bernardin won’t come cheap, but you certainly get what you pay for in flawlessly prepared seafood. Consider having lunch at the New York restaurant if you’re looking for a great value: A three-course menu costs only $70. Now while that might not seem like a bargain to some, a similar menu runs $115 for dinner. On top of its three-course dinner, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant also serves a seven-course tasting menu, which costs $140, or $227 with wine pairings. For the no-holds-barred seafood endeavor, order the 10-course chef’s menu, which costs $190, or $330 with wine pairings. Your courses will come from Le Bernardin’s playfully named sections: Almost Raw, Barely Touched and Lightly Cooked. Pasta, meat and duck are also available upon request, in case seafood isn’t your thing. But truthfully, the reason to come to Le Bernardin is the luscious seafood.