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Chef-owner Masa Takayama prides himself on using the freshest seafood available for his menu at Masa and flies fish in daily from far-flung corners of the Earth, including his native Japan. The dinner menu includes a range of fresh produce and fish, and depending on the season, the prices vary from $450 to $600 a person before tax, tip and alcohol. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant's pre-set menu changes often, leaving you with few decisions to make. You’ll be served five appetizers and sushi featuring 15 to 20 types of exotic fish, as well as tea and the signature grapefruit granite for dessert. You can expect to see a range of fish, including tuna, striped jack, fluke, sea bream, snapper, squid, octopus, shrimp, clams, scallops and mackerel. Inventive sides include lotus root, pickled plum, seaweed salad and creamy white rice. You’ll never know exactly what comes next, but that’s part of the fun in dining at this Manhattan restaurant.