10 Most Expensive Foods In The World

 10 Most Expensive Foods In The World 

The very Rach are privy to an array of  incredible experiences most of us will  never come within shouting distance of  which is why we tend to regard them with  a strange kind of jealous fascination  we'd all like to know even if just for a  day what it's like to spend money like  water fly on tricked-out private jets  wake up in a multimillion-dollar home  and hang out with celebrities and  supermodels but if you're a foodie we're  about to give you several more reasons  to be jealous ten of them to be exactly assembled from all around the globe  these culinary delights are off-limits  to all except those with ridiculous  amounts of money to spend  there the ten most expensive food items  in the entire world  and unless you're among the super-rich  yourself they'll empty your wallet just  as quickly as they'll fill your stomach. 

10- Special delivery pizza   4200$ 

We start things off with one incredible  pizza one, you'll never find on the menu  at Domino's in 2006 world-renowned chef  Dominique oak role of Glasgow Scotland  created a pie intended for a st.  Valentine's Day meal which he dubbed the  Pizza Royale double-oh-seven  it's unclear why he chose the James Bond  reference perhaps he needed the superspy  to hunt down all of his ultimate pizzas  ingredients among the pies more  extravagant toppings were caviar soaked  in fine champagne choice cuts of smoked  salmon and lobster marinated in the  finest Cagney AK available then for good  measure, he topped off the assembled  pizza with a healthy amount of 24 karat  gold shavings fortunately all of this  decadence was for a good cause the pie  was created to raise funds for the Fred  Hollows foundation a non-profit with the goal of eradicating preventable blindness in developing countries at auction on eBay, the pizza brought home a  winning bid of $4,200 snatching the record for world's most expensive pizza from a slightly less extravagant white truffle pie created by London's maze restaurant which is owned by none other than famed chef Gordon Ramsay. 

9-The fortress stilt fisherman indulgence  14500$ 

This oddly named confection was once  considered the world's most expensive  dessert and it can only be found in one  place at the Fortress Resort and Spa in  Sri Lanka at its base it's simply a  casaba a traditional Italian sponge cake  but this cake has been tricked out with  enough expensive fillings and  decorations to make it worth slightly  less than your average new car the cake  itself is flavored with a fruit-infused  Irish cream and filled with a mango and  pomegranate compote with a Dom Perignon  champagne sabayon adorning the dessert  will be hand carved chocolate sculptures  of the stilt fishermen which can be seen  throughout the area along with delicate  edible leaves of gold and to top it all  off the dish is decorated with an 80  carat aquamarine stone this incredibly  flavored sublimely constructed dessert  is truly one-of-a-kind but if you want  to indulge bring your platinum card the  amazing seaside resort may boast sweets  starting from only a couple hundred  dollars but the stilt fishermen  indulgence will tack a hefty $14,500  onto your bill.
8-English wagyu beef pie   15900$    

The fence gate in in Lancashire UK is  home to the world's priciest beef and  mushroom pie  it's a traditional dish enjoyed by Brits  of all stripes but this version as you  might have suspected uses slightly  fancier ingredients than tradition  demands to start with the pie is stuffed  with about $1,000 worth of Wagyu beef  which is only obtained from one of four  breeds of cattle native to Japan the  chef then adds exquisite matsutake  mushrooms which go for about a thousand  dollars per pound black truffles in the  requisite gold leaf are then added  before marinating the entire mixture in  two bottles of 1982 Chateau Mouton  Rothschild red wine which itself rings  up at about forty two hundred dollars  per bottle  it's then baked inside an expertly  prepared crust the pie is served with  champagne and can feed eight people  which is a good thing because this is  one bill you're going to want to split  the entire pie costs fifteen thousand  nine hundred dollars or just a little  under $2,000 per slice but the chef  claims that it's totally worth it to  experience the best beef and mushroom  pie you'll ever taste in your life.  

7- Yubari melons   29000$  

Melons are something of a delicacy in  Japan since they're difficult to grow  there which can make them pretty pricey  the dongsu que a rare black watermelon  grown only on the northern Japanese  island of Hokkaido is the world's most  expensive watermelon but it was put to  shame in 2008 by a pair of cantaloupes  which sold for over three times that  amount at auction the melons grown in  the Yubari region of Hokkaido were  judged along with over a hundred others  as part of a competition before the  auction and took home the top prize they  were purchased by a local restaurant  owner and businessman for the princely  sum of 23 thousand dollars for a time  they were the most expensive melons ever  sold  but in 2018 the president of a Japanese  fruit and vegetable packaging company  commemorated his firm's 30th anniversary  by purchasing to prize you berries for  the equivalent of 29,251 US dollars  the melons were kept on display for a  couple of months before being cut into  pieces which were given away for free to  customers just so a few lucky common  people could experience the reportedly  otherworldly taste of the king of melons. 

6-The real death chocolate   25000$

The serendipity 3 restaurant is a New  York landmark having been featured in  several Hollywood feature films  including one even titled serendipity  and famous for their frozen hot  chocolate which sounds a little  counterintuitive but is apparently so  good that Jackie Kennedy once tried to  steal the recipe serendipity 3 produced  a sundae called the golden opulence  which was listed in the Guinness Book of  World Records as the world's most  expensive dessert in 2004 but it only  cost a mere thousand dollars the  restaurants owners soon decided it was  time to outdo themselves and did they  ever the frozen house a chocolate a  decidedly higher-end version of their  famous dessert is made from a  combination of 28 expensive chocolates  from Africa and South America  it's topped with 23-karat gold shavings  and a truffle imported from France and  the drink is served in a gold blind  crystal goblet adorned with an 18 karat  white gold bracelet even the spoon it's  served with is made of solid gold and  yes you get to keep all the adornments  which is a good thing because the frozen  hot a chocolate will set you back a  whopping $25,000.  

5-The king taco   25000$

Ranvir sluice caboose is a five-star  resort in Cabo San Lucas Mexico an area  where you could probably pick up a  fantastic taco on any street corner but  if you're looking for a truly singular  taco experience and have money to burn  you'll want to stop by Grande Velas  frida restaurant to check out the  culinary masterpiece created by  executive chef Juan Liguria Acala the  world's most expensive taco begins with  Kobe beef and langoustine a type of  front indigenous to Norway almost beluga  caviar and black truffle brie cheese are  added to the mix along with a salsa made  with exotic Morita chili peppers the  taco is served in a gold flake infused  corn tortilla and you can see what true  luxury tastes like for the low price of  only $25,000 as long as you've got that  kind of money laying around you might as  well order drinks too a handcrafted  white gold and platinum bottle of lai  925 pacion Azteca ultra premium Anna  Haute Aquila can be served on the side  for only an additional $150,000.   

4- It’s the caviar of caviars   32000$

Speaking of Alma's caviar  if you end up enjoying it on your  incredibly pricey taco you may want to  hunt some down for yourself it won't be  easy it's made from the pure white eggs  of an endangered fish  the albino beluga sturgeon which is only  found in the Caspian Sea also the fish  that the eggs are harvested from must be  at least 100 years old as you might  expect this makes Alma's caviar one of  the rarest foods in the entire world  even your average run-of-the-mill caviar  is practically synonymous with a luxury  lifestyle but Alma's caviar is so scarce  that even those who have the means to  sample it might find it hard to come by  the white gold holds a place in the  Guinness Book of World Records as the  most expensive caviar of all time around  32,000 dollars for just a kilogram of  the stuff of course chef Alcala over at  the Granville s resort seems to have a  pretty good source so if you have 32,000  dollars lying around and just have to  know what the fuss is all about  maybe he'll hook you up. 

3-The pudding to end all puddings   35000$

The Linda Thile country house is a  four-star hotel in Windermere Cumbria UK  its head chef Mark Weber knows that his  countrymen and women love a good  pudding and apparently reasoned that the  very very rich ones would need a very  very expensive pudding to satisfy their  tastes with this in mind he created the  fanciest pudding on the planet made from  four varieties of Belgian chocolate  which are considered the best anywhere  infused through this special blend our  essences of peach orange and whiskey  along with edible gold leaf and  champagne-soaked caviar the concoction  is served in an edible Faberge egg and  then just to up the fancy quotient as  much as humanly possible it's topped  with an actual diamond just keep in mind  that if you're planning a visit to Linda  Howe and want to sample the world's most  expensive pudding for yourself you'll  have to order it at least two weeks in  advance.    

2-Italian white alba truffle   160000$

The Y Talbot rifle found only in the  lung Haiyan Montferrat areas of northern  Italy is one of the priciest foods on  earth they're extremely hard to  cultivate and highly sought-after but  from October to November each year you  can visit the region's truffle fair  which attracts buyers from all four  corners of the globe even regular  truffles can fetch up to $300 per pound  but the white Alba recognizable by its  cream-colored flesh and distinctive  marbling is only for those with insane  amounts of money to burn they generally  go from $3,000 to about $23,000 per  pound and some larger specimens have  sold at auction for truly dizzying sums  of money a Hong Kong real estate  investors shell that $160,000 for a  truffle weighing about 3.3 pounds and in  2010 a pair of them sold for a whopping  $330,000. 

1-Liquid gold   275000$   

The world's most expensive food is  actually a beverage and there's only so  much of it that exists in the world  it's a 1907 hi-tech far from the world's  oldest champagne but it certainly has a  more interesting story than any vino any  of us have ever tasted in 1916 the  Swedish freighter jönköping which  counted several cases of the wine in  question among its cargo was sunk by a  German u-boat and it remained at the  bottom of the ocean for 80 years  fortunately these conditions were ideal  for champagne storage the pressure on  the ocean floor was roughly the same as  the inside of the bottle and of course  the precious cargo was shielded from  life the ship was raised in 1997 and  about 2000 bottles were recovered  although not all of those were in  salable condition you can buy the  current vintage of the same champagne  online for around $120 per bottle but if  you want to try the shipwrecked version  which sources say is absolutely  mind-blowing bottles are currently going  at auction for an incredible $275,000. 
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