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World’s 5 Most Expensive Dishes: The Furore Over Fancy Food

Savoring the world’s finest food comes at a price, but if it brings with it great taste and unmatched luxury, you don’t have a choice. A synonym for excess, here are the five most expensive dishes from the world which will convince your taste buds to try more. By Ishani Singh

1) Chocolate Pudding, Lindeth Howe Country House, England

This INR 23,92,000 decadence is the most expensive dessert in the entire world. The decadence is made with the finest quality chocolates and flavoured with tinges of orange, peach and fine whiskey. It also flaunts a blend of champagne caviar and a two-carat diamond to add to its grandeur.

2) The Louis XIII Pizza, Salerno, Italy

Upholding Italy’s reputation as the mother of world’s best pizza’s, this incredible preparation is the queen of Italian cuisine. It consists of the toppings of three different types of caviar, garnished with pink Australian salt as well as lobster from Norway along with the buffalo mozzarella cheese, prawns, mantis shrimp and lobster. It takes 72 hours to make this INR 8,20,000 grub!

3) Taco, Grand Volas Los Cabos Resort, Mexico

This fancy INR 17,08,455 taco is made with Kobe beef, Beluga caviar and truffle. It is served on a gold flake-infused tortilla with an exotic salsa comprised of dried Morita chili peppers, The Ley 925 Pasión Azteca Ultra-Premium Añejo can be added to this Mexican dish by paying a whopping INR 10,25,073!

4) Golden Phoenix Cupcake, Bloomsbury’s Cupcakes, Dubai

Dubai is not only about luxurious hotels, but also regal taste buds. The Golden Phoenix Cupcake is a gold-infused cupcake, consisting of Italian cocoa, Ugandan vanilla beans and edible gold dusting. It comes cased in an edible 23-carat gold sheet, and is priced at INR 56,065.20.

5) Fleur Burger, Fleur, Las Vegas

This INR 3,41,900 hamburger is absolutely worth your money if you are a fast-food lover. It consists of a patty made of Wagyu beef and foie grass, topped with truffle sauce and served on a brioche truffle bun. To add to its splendour, the Fleur Burger is served with a bottle of Bordeaux: a 1995 Chateau Petrus, which is priced at INR 1,70,845 for a bottle.

We’re sure you have one of these in your bucket list, now.

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