February 5, 2014
When it comes to eating well, everyone knows you have to spend some money. But no one could imagine the kind of money one could end up dishing out. Here are some of the most expensive meals in the world.
The translation means seafood treasure. Served at the Bombay Brasserie in London, the meal comes with a Scottish lobster that’s coated in gold, Devon crab, four abalones, Beluga caviar, white truffle and four quail eggs. Easily the most expensive curry dish, bring your Platinum card because this one is going at $3,200.
It’s only going to cost you $100. This is a foot long bratwurst available at the DougieDog in Vancouver. Chef Dougie requests that he be given 12 hours notice to prepare this specialty. Outside of the finest Kobe meat cooked in olive and truffle oil, the Dragon Dog contains century old Louis XIII cognac, fresh lobster and a delightful picante sauce.
The Chef Tujague Bagel
It’s topped with white truffle cream, gold leaf and goji berry infused Riesling jelly. After caviar, white truffles are the second most expensive food by weight and only grow under oak trees in Alba, Italy. Did we mention it’s an underground fungus? Stop by the Westin Hotel in New York to get a bite. At a robust $1,000, this is going to be the most expensive piece of bread you ever enjoy.
Chef Olivier Dubreuil created this delicacy for the Sweet Surrender at the Palazzo in Las Vegas. In its three year history, the $750 cupcake has sold well. Its exquisite chocolate comes from the Venezuelan Porcelana Criollo bean. It’s topped with edible gold flakes, Tahitian Gold Vanilla Caviar and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac. The restaurant requests two days notice to prepare the treat which is served in a hand blown sugar Fleur-de-Lis.
At the end of the day, there’s no need to break the bank to enjoy a great meal. Let Chef Chic, your Tucson personal chef, do the cooking!