We all love a bit of fine food (our menu is full of it, as it happens), but this lot really take premium prices to the next level. Here are our top 10 most expensive foods in the world.
Honky Tonk Glamburger – £1,100
This crazy creation from Honky Tonk in London features Wagyu beef, black truffle Brie, gold leaf, lobster and caviar. Does not include a servant to feed it to you, which should really be included at that price.
Italian White Alba Truffle – £105,000
We all know truffles are expensive, but this super-rare version really takes the biscuit. At least it looks appetising. Oh.
Densuke Black Watermelon – £3,100
Okay, so silly expensive burgers and truffles we can get on board with. But a fruit that costs four figures? Not the most economical way to get your five a day.
The Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata – £650
Over £600 for an omelette. AN OMELETTE. Okay, so it has lobster claws and tons of caviar in it but still. AN OMELETTE.
Matsutake Mushrooms – £300
Fancy tipping your stupidly-priced omelette over the one grand mark? Just chuck in some of these rare Japanese fungi.
To’ak Chocolate – £170
Now don’t get us wrong, we would pay the earth for a good bar of chocolate. But you could get a years supply of Dairy Milk for the price of just one of these cocoa-packed snacks.
Gold Leaf Pizza – £1345
Dough? Check. Tomato sauce? Of course. Cheese? Obvs. Gold leaf? WELL YES, THAT SHOULD DEFINITELY BE ON A PIZZA. Oh, you’ll also have to fly to Malta to try it. And no, they don’t deliver.
Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence – £9530
Gold leaf, hand made chocolate carving, champagne, fruit-infused Irish cream and an 80 carat gemstone. And an absolutely ridiculous name. Available at the Fortress Resort and Spa in Sri Lanka, in case you were wondering.
Fancy some top drawer munch without the silly price tag? Book a table at Revolution today.