The most expensive food in the world

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Did you know that are types of food considered to be the most expensive in the world?

Most are either cooked in the most exclusive restaurants, by the best chefs in the world, or composed of extremely expensive ingredients.

Let's take a look together on these types of food:

First on the list is Essen Platinum club sandwich.

Located in Cliveden Hotel, the restaurant with the same name, localized in London, offer a very special sandwich that contains the best chicken, bacon, hard boiled eggs and white truffles.

Poulet de Bresse chicken is known as the fourth gastronomic wonder of the world served with a topping of white truffles.

With 1,182 calories is not exactly the healthiest sandwich, but it is more expensive: 140 euros.

In New York, at Le Parker Meridien restaurant, you can find the world's most expensive omelette, Le Parker Meridien omelet, which costs $ 1,000.

What makes it the most expensive omelet in the world?

The answer is: 300 grams of caviar, a whole lobster, and six eggs.

Nino Selimaj, restaurant owner of Nino's Bellissima (located in Manhattan, New York), has created the most luxurious pizza, Pizza Luxury.

 

A plain reach $ 1,000 apiece and a piece about $ 125.

With only 2.5 cm crust, this pizza must be ordered in case you want it delivered at home, 24 hours before, because it is covered with six different layers of caviar, with a topping of lobster, crème fraîche and chives.

Could not miss the scenery expensive: dessert dishes.

In New York, in the exclusive Manhattan restaurant Serendipity is serving ice cream that costs no more and no less than $ 1,000, a cost that drove straight into the record books.

The ice cream contains 5 cups of the most delicious Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream, Madagascar vanilla and one of the most delicious chocolates in the world, Amadei Porceleana.

What makes it even more valuable is the foil of 23-carat gold leaf.

As you have realized, there are foods that are labeled as "famous and eccentric", which offer opulence through both their flavor and the price exorbitant.

 

 

Autor: IRINA B.

Sursa photo: kippreport.com

Published in: mai 2013
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