Saturday, March 14, 2015

The Most Expensive Dishes & Drinks Around the World~

The Most Expensive Dishes & Drinks 
Around the World-

Good Afternoon my Dear Friends & Followers 
I found an Interesting post for you all on Dishes & Drinks
Around the World. Some of them are quite expensive
Although are fun to see. I hope that you find them
fun to just have a look at just for fun.
I hope that you are all having a great weekend 
YOUR WENDY

Serendipity 3, New York City — $1,000 Golden Opulence Sundae-

Perhaps the most well known of all these dishes is the $1,000 Golden Opulence Sundae at New York’s Serendipity 3. First created in 2004 for the restaurant’s 50th anniversary, the Golden Opulence involves three scoops of Tahitian vanilla ice cream infused with Madagascar vanilla beans, topped in 23K edible gold leaf, sprinkled with a couple of expensive and rare chocolates? Plus there’s the candied fruits, gold dragets, chocolate truffles and bowl of caviar. It’s sold in a Baccarat Harcourt goblet with an 18K gold spoon, naturally. About 200 of these have been sold in the nine years since it was created. These sundaes require 48 hour advance reservation because the ice cream and caviar are flown in.

Nino’s Bellissima, New York City — $1,000 pizza-




Nino’s Bellissima is home of one of the world’s most oft-cited expensive dishes — a pizza that costs $1,000. As a manager explains , the pizza comes topped with four types of caviar plus some lobster tail for good measure. Order it a few days in advance.








Norma’s, New York City — $1,000 Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata-
There are two versions of Norma’s frittata for high-rollers: there’s a $100 frittata with only one ounce of caviar on it or the $1,000 frittata topped with 10 ounces of caviar. The latter is officially the world’s most expensive omelette, according to the Guinness Book of Records, and also involves one pound of lobster covered in egg on a bed of fried potatoes. According to a rep, the restaurant at New York’s Le Parker Meridien sells about 10-12 of the $1,000 Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittatas throughout the course of a year — and that same number per month for the $100 dish. There’s no need to order in advance.


Margo’s, Malta —$2,420 White Truffle and gold pizza-


An employee who answered the phone at Margo’s Malta tells us that the pizzeria needs one week advance notice to make its white truffle and gold pizza — only available during truffle season from October through May. As its menu indicates, the truffles are flown in from Piemonte and its minimum price is €1,800 ($2,420), depending on the price of white truffles. The pizza is topped with organic water buffalo mozzarella and 24K gold leaf. As the menu reads, “This is not just a pizza, this is a sign from God telling us how great She is.”

Fleur, Las Vegas — $5,000 FleurBurger-

Part of chef Hubert Keller’s inspiration for the eye-popping $5,000 Fleur Burger 5000 at his Las Vegas restaurant Fleur was borne out of competition: In 2005, Keller noticed Daniel Boulud had a burger that was $100 and wanted to beat it. So this Kobe beef burger comes topped with seared foie gras and truffles on a brioche truffle bun. But what really jacks up the price is a bottle of 1995 Chateau Petrus wine and the two crystal stemware glasses that the restaurant delivers to the home of anyone who orders the burger. So far, a rep tells Eater the restaurant has sold about 26 Fleur Burger 5000s and there is no need to order in advance.
Salvatore at Playboy, London —$8,633 Salvatore’s Legacy-


Salvatore Calabrese broke the Guinness World Record for the world’s most expensive cocktail last year with the creation of his £5,500 ($8,633)Salvatore’s Legacy. It’s also apparently the world’s oldest cocktail, created with rare booze such as 1788 Clos de Griffier Vieux Cognac, 1770 Kummel Liqueur, 1860 Dubb Orange Curacao and early 20th century Angostura Bitters. This cocktail can be found at Salvatore at Playboy, and a spokesperson explains that the cocktail is ordered with Salvatore’s approval. A total of three have been ordered since the cocktail’s inception.


Algonquin Hotel, New York City — $10,000 martini




Give New York City’s Algonquin Hotel three days’ notice and a $10,000 diamond-studded martini will await at the Blue Bar. A spokesperson tells Eater that the bar and hotel works with an in-house jeweler to procure the customizable diamond, which is then placed within the cocktail







XS Nightclub, Las Vegas — $10,000 Ono-

As Eater Vegas reported a few months back, the XS Nightclub at Encore Las Vegas has its own $10,000 drink, the Ono. This cocktail features Charles Heidsieck Champagne Charlie 1981 and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Black Pearl cognac — oh, and it comes with a pair of men’s silver cufflinks and a woman’s 18K white-gold chain with a black pearl pendant. Not too shabby.





The Fortress Resort & Spa, Sri Lanka — $14,500 Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence Dessert


The Fortress Resort & Spa in Sri Lanka offers its high-rollers a dessert that it describes as more of “a challenge for those adventurous as heart.” The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence is made with gold leaf Italian cassata, flavored with fruit-infused Irish cream. There’s a fruit compote, a Dom Perignon champagne sabayon at the base and a handmade chocolate carving in the shape of a local stilt fisherman. Oh, and it’s adorned with an 80 carat Aquamarine gemstone whose diameter “spans the head of a soup spoon.” The dessert costs $14,500 at DUO restaurant, according to a spokesperson for the resort, and orders must be placed a day in advance.


Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, England — $35,000 Pudding


Chef Marc Guibert of the Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in England’s Lake District went after the world’s most expensive dessert title in late 2011 with a chocolate pudding that costs £22,000 ($34,531). Shaped to look like a Faberge egg, the pudding is made with high-end chocolate, gold leaf, champagne, caviar and a diamond. It’s layered with champagne jelly and laced with edible gold. So far, a rep tells Eater Guibert has sold just one egg. The dessert must be ordered two weeks in advance.




Arnaud’s, New Orleans — $3.95 million Strawberries Arnaud


Arnaud’s in New Orleans no longer offers the $1.4 million dessert that gained it notoriety years ago. Nope, now that dessert is worth a staggering $3.95 million. Co-owner Katy Casbarian explains to Eater that the historic New Orleans restaurant partnered years ago with MS Rau antiques on a proposal package that includes their signature Strawberries Arnaud dessert and a diamond ring. While the original 4.71 carat ring is no longer available, it has been replaced with a 7.09 carat pink diamond to accompany the dish of strawberries served in a marinade of port, red wine, spices and citrus with vanilla ice cream. “Needless to say,” she writes, “it is our worst selling dessert.”


YOUR WENDY



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