The Most Expensive Food in the WorldJuly 25, 2013
Expensive taste provides some of the best choices in the world when it comes to dining out. Could you imagine spending $1,000 for an omelet or $225 for a pizza? These are just two examples of expensive items you will find on the list.
Most Expensive Caviar
Caviar tends to be a bit pricy no matter where it comes from, but the most expensive Caviar in the world comes with a price tag of $5,000. A fish over 100 years old is responsible for Beluga Caviar, which is $5,000 per kilogram in the United States.
Most Expensive Omelet
For a cool $1,000, you can dine at Le Parker Meridien’s Norma’s Restaurant in New York and enjoy a delicious omelet. This omelet is served with 10 ounces of sevruga caviar, six eggs and an entire lobster.
Most Expensive Pizza
Ordering a pizza is one of the joys we all love, but most don’t spend more than $35 for a good pie. However, if you want the best and most expensive pizza in the world, you’ll have to take a trip to Italy. A 20cm pie, layered with lobster and caviar provides an experience you won’t soon forget. Instead of topping this pizza with some kind of cheese, it’s covered in Louis XIII Remy Martin cognac. This pie costs $225.
Most Expensive Whiskey
Enjoy a drink with your expensive pizza for only $38,000. The Macallan Fine Rare Vintage, which is aged for 30 years is one of the best you’ll find in the world. Only 85 bottles are found throughout the world today.