The 5 Most Insanely Priced Restaurant Items

Okay guys, I am sure that, at some point in your life, you asked yourselves this: “What is the most expensive meal I can order in a restaurant” . . Guess what guys, we are here to show you just that.

Welcome to our TOP 5 most expensive restaurant items list.

#5 – La Madeline au Truffle – $250

La Madeline au Truffle

Few years ago, the Forbes named La Madeline au Truffle as the most expensive chocolate in the world. It’s basically a rare French Perigord truffle surrounded by large amounts of dark chocolate, sugar, vanilla and heavy cream. Yummy!

#4 – The Golden Opulence Sundae – $1,000

The Golden Opulence Sundae

This Golden Opulence Sundae was served at 50th anniversary of Serendipity 3 back in 2004. It was also named as the most expensive sundae by the Guinness Book of World Records. This particular sundae is made with Tahitian Vanilla ice cream, 23 carat gold leaf, caviar, candied fruits and much more deliciously expensive sweets. No wonder it costs a fortune.

#3 – Saffron Spice – $1,000

Saffron Spice

We all know that saffron is one of the most expensive spices in the world. The reason behind this is the fact that it is made from the saffron crocus flower and that it takes roughly 75,000 dried filaments from the flower in order to make a pound of top quality saffron spice.

#2 – Wagyu Steak – $2,800

Wagyu Steak

For most of the people, a $100 steak is considered a high priced – high quality meal, but wait till you see this juicy beauty. This Wagyu Beef is raised mostly in Japan and the cost of a full serving in NYC last year went up to $2800. That’s some expensive beef guys, too expensive for my taste. 🙂

#1 – Pizza Royale 007 – $3000

Pizza Royale 007

Yes, you read that correctly, somewhere in the world, there is a pizza that costs $3000. Yup, $3000. That basically means I have to work 6 months to be able to afford this. It’s just crazy. I don’t even care it has some of the most extravagant ingredients such as lobsters marinated in cognac or caviar soaked in champagne. . .It’s just too much.