Thursday, September 1, 2016

The 10 Most Expensive Foods in The World!

Caviar, Red Caviar, Black Caviar, Food  Did you ever wonder about the most expensive foods in the world?  I do occasionally when I hear comments about caviar and how expensive it is?  I don't know anything about it since I'm not exactly in a place where we find it on the store shelves.  So I read something today that just made this question come to the forefront.

1.  The $666 Douche Burger for $666.  It is made of a Kobe beef patty stuffed with foie gras and gold leaf while topped with caviar, lobster and truffles with melted cheese on top.

2. The most expensive dessert for a whopping $25,000 is an ice cream sundae with a blend of 28 cocoas (14 of which are the most expensive in the world), decorated with edible gold leaf and served in a cup lined with edible gold leaf, and at the bottom under everything is one 18 carat gold bracelet with a one carat diamond.

3. The most expensive curry running $3200 can be found in London.  The curry is made up of Devon Crab, white truffle, gold leaf, a lobster coated in gold, Beluga caviar, four abalones, and four quail eggs.  Wow, that is quite a mix.

4. How about paying $1780 for a slice of a meat pie filled with a rare beef, two different rare mushrooms, winter black truffles, mixed in a gravy containing an expensive vintage wine topped with an edible gold leaf encrusted crust.

5.  Of course you could spend $1000 for a lobster frittata containing sevruga caviar which retails for $65 per ounce, eggs, cream, and chives.

6. For breakfast you could spend another $1000 for a simple bagel topped with a white truffle creme cheese and a goji berry infused wine jelly finished off with pieces of edible gold leaf.

7.  What about $2400 for a pizza with white truffles and edible gold leaf?  This one is a special order that needs ordering one week in advance.

8.  Would you pay $145 for a hot dog with mustard, mayo, baby greens, applewood smoked bacon, an imported Swedish cheese, tomato, dried cranberries, and a fancy balsamic vinaigrette all on an herbed Focaccia toasted in a white truffle butter.

9. Did you realize the most expensive sushi  runs almost $2000 for five pieces because each piece is wrapped in edible gold leaf, topped with caviar and served with a diamond.

10. Finally, would you pay $180 for ham made from pigs raised only on acorns and roots?  This particular ham is also cured for 3 years before being packaged in a handmade box with a handmade apron and a certificate of DNA proving its authenticity!

I fear that a simple meal from a few of these items would cost me more than my house payment for several months!  Enjoy your day!


  1. My brother has had Kobe beef. He said it was worth the price - I only wish I could afford some of the caviar!! Thanks for sharing the list - fun read! Visiting from the Blogger’s Pit stop!

  2. Hi Lee,
    Thanks for coming to Blogger's Pit Stop last week.
    Janice, Pit Stop Crew