I’m bored, so I decided to do this post. Hope you guys enjoys these random posts LOL
1. the Double Truffle Hamburger at DB Bistro Moderne in Manhattan
At $99, the Double Truffle Hamburger contains three ounces of rib meat mixed with truffles and foie gras stuffed inside seven ounces of sirloin steak and served on a Parmesan and poppy seed bun, with salad and truffle shavings. For penny-pinchers and calorie counters, the Single Truffle version is a mere $59.
2. Almas Caviar
The world’s most expensive caviar is a type of Iranian beluga called Almas. It comes from sturgeons that are between 60 and 100 years old. A 3.9-pound container will set you back $48,750.
3. $15,900 Pie
In 2006, a chef in northwestern England created the world’s most expensive pie. Based on a traditional steak and mushroom pie, the dish includes $1,000 worth of Wagyu beef fillet, $3,330 in Chinese matsutake mushrooms (which are so rare that they are grown under the watchful eyes of armed guards), two bottles of 1982 Chateau Mouton Rothschild at a cost of about $4,200 each, as well as black truffles and gold leaf. The pie serves eight with a total cost around $15,900, or $1,990 per slice, which includes a glass of champagne.
4. Grand Opulence Ice Cream Sundae
At $1,000, the Grand Opulence Sundae is made from Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream covered in 23-karat edible gold leaf and drizzled with Amedei Porcelana, the world’s most expensive chocolate, this indulgence is studded with gold dragets and truffles and topped with dessert caviar.
5. Nino’s Bellissima Pizza
at $1,000 a pie (or $125 a slice) the Luxury Pizza, a 12-inch thin crust, is the creation of Nino Selimaj, owner of Nino’s Bellissima in Manhattan. To order this extravagant pizza, you need to call 24 hours in advance because it is covered with six different types of caviar that need to be specially ordered. The pie is also topped with lobster, crème fraîche, and chives.
6. Chocopologie by Knipschildt Chocolatier’s box of chocolate
At $2,600 per pound, this box of chocolate from Chocopologie by Knipschildt Chocolatier of Connecticut is the most expensive. They also sells a decadent dark chocolate truffle with a French black truffle inside for a mere $250. If you ever do decide to buy them, they are only available through preorder.
7. the von Essen Platinum club sandwich at the Cliveden House Hotel
Created by English chef James Parkinson, the von Essem Platinum club sandwich costs $197. Weighing just over a pound, the sandwich is made of the finest ingredients, including Iberico ham cured for 30 months, quail eggs, white truffles, semi-dried Italian tomatoes, and 24-hour fermented sourdough bread
8. “The Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata” from Norma’s restaurant
For $1,000, this gigantic concoction comes stacked with caviar and an entire lobster encased within its eggy folds. This omelette is the objet d’art of chef Emilio Castillo of Norma’s restaurant in New York’s Le Parker Meridien Hotel. A smaller version is also available for $100.
I didnt include all of the world’s most expensive foods, I only put the most interesting ones. I’m hungry now… lol not a good idea to blog about food before lunch.
Anyways, Ms. Gates can buy us each one of these delicious food for us to try so we can experience some fine dining! 😉 ( sarcasm)