Monday, November 11, 2013

Top 10 Expensive Foods In The World

Extravagance and luxury are not just restricted to cars, homes and jewellery. Meet the top 10 expensive foods in the world.

Cake: This $52 million cake has literally taken the bakery with it, and  been dubbed as the most expensive in the world.


Dosa: The ubiquitous South Indian fare - the dosa - just got its first taste of luxury and how. Raj Bhog in Bangalore is the restaurant behind this dosa. What makes this dosa different from its peers is the fact that itis covered in gold, and costs Rs 1,001.


Chutney: Made from a combination of organic produce, saffron and other spices along with gold make this delicious accompaniment the most expensive chutney in the world. A 190ml jar of this chutney costs £2000.


Curry: Bombay Brasserie in London bags the title of serving up the most expensive curry in the world. Priced at £2000, this dish is a seafood delight comprising lobster, caviar and sea snails topped with edible gold.


Omelette: The Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata comes in at a whopping $1,000 dollars and is the most expensive omelette in the world.Watch how it\'s made.


Burger: Fittingly called the “Le Burger Extravagant”,  this  $295 burger is made with Japanese Wagyu beef, white and black truffles, James Montgomery cheddar cheese and quail egg.


Sushi: Wrapped in 24-carat gold leaf, this sushi comes with Mikimoto Pearls and diamonds! This five-piece sushi plate costs a mere $1978.15


Pizza: The humble go-to comfort commercial food just got turned on its head. White truffles and gold leaf make this pizza the most expensive in the world. Made in Malta, this pizza costs $2,400, and must be ordered in advance


Caviar: This rare and expensive Iranian white Beluga caviar called Almas retails apparently at £16,000 for a kilo. It comes in gold-plated tin.


Sundae: At $25,000, the Frrrozen Haute Chocolate is a bejwelled piece of work. This ice cream sundae is clearly the most expensive ice-cream sundae in the world.  This decadent dessert is made with a blend of several types of coco beans,  and is served in edible gold-lined goblet which is accessorized with diamonds and gold.



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