LONDON London has beat out Paris, Tokyo and New York as the most expensive dining-out city in the world, said restaurant-rating company Zagat Survey, which released the 2008 London Restaurants survey on Wednesday. Zagat’s survey of more than 5,300 Londoners found the cost of the average meal in the city to be just over $79, which is more than the average meal in Paris, at nearly $72, and Tokyo, around $71. In New York, where Zagat is based, the cost of the average meal is $39. The ...

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