Money, money, money,
Must be funny
In a rich man’s world
Funny is right. I am all for having loads and loads and money to splurge to your heart’s content; but some of these things on this list of exorbitantly priced foods in this world are quite hilarious while others are simply outrageous. I am not too sure I would be too inclined to spending my money on these luxuries, but others are most welcome to them!
Le Parker Meridien Omelet
Breakfast in style gets a new meaning at the Le Parker Meridien restaurant. Should you order this exclusive omelet, you will find yourself staring at a bill of $1,000. If you are game for such a jolt so early in the day, dig in without further ado. What makes this six-egg omelet special is not a special variety of golden eggs used to make it but the host of ingredients that go into it – 10 ounces of Sevruga caviar and an entire lobster. We were told breakfast was meant to be a hearty meal, but this is taking it a bit too far, don’t you think?
Everybody knows that caviar is frightfully expensive; a vice of only the rich and the opulent. And the king among caviars is the ‘Almas caviar.’ Almas is a Russian word meaning “diamond” and the name is aptly chosen since this Beluga caviar is whitish in color. Almas Caviar comes from Iran and the only known outlet for it is the Caviar House and Prunier in London, where it is packed in a 24-karat gold tin and sold for $25,000 for a kilo.
Diamonds are Forever Martini
Martini: James Bonds’ favorite drink. Though I doubt he’d be very fond of this particular drink named after one of his movies. The Ritz at Tokyo serves the Diamonds are Forever Martini that has been created in association with jeweler Bulgari. It does set you back by $16,000 but you get a one-carat Bulgari diamond at the bottom of your glass which you can have set in any Bulgari store in Toyko for free. Just make sure you don’t drink your martini in one large gulp!
Serendipity’s Grand Opulence Sundae
Moving on to desserts now, this sundae served at New York’s Serendipity has found a place for itself in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most expensive dessert. Priced at $1,000, the Grand Opulence Sundae is made from Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream. It also has Amedei Porcelana, the world’s most expensive chocolate, dessert caviar and truffles. Finally, this indulgence is covered in, hold your breath, 23-karat edible gold leaf! They sure know how to live it up king size.
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