If you are looking to expand their culinary horizons in the world to spend too much, then you could do worse than start with some items in the list below. We have compiled some of the most bizarre, outrageous and, above all, the food more expensive in the world. These are top 10 expensive foods in the world :
1. Matsutake Mushrooms – $1000/pound
Matsutake or mattak, mushrooms are expensive because of their rarity. Although the prevalence of history meant it was almost synonymous with autumn in Japan, the introduction of an insect that kills the tree under which the fungus grows caused a drastic reduction in the number of matsutake mushrooms. A method for the cultivation of matsutake has not yet been developed, which means the absence of trees that mushroom picking, of course, is a serious problem for the species.
2. The Zillion Dollar Frittata – $1000
This argument is ridiculously expensive breakfast consisting of a mixture of eggs, lobster and 10 grams of Sevruga caviar (which costs the restaurant $65 per ounce). In the menu on the side of the omelet is not a challenge, he says. “Norma dares you this spending”
3. Bagel – $1000
This bagel was created by Executive Chef Frank Tujague Westin Hotel in New York is filled with cream cheese and white truffle infused Riesling jelly Goji berries with gold leaf. The price of the bun is justified by the fact that the white truffle weighing became the second most expensive food, only eclipsed by caviar. The underground fungus that grows only in specific oaks in Alba, Italy. Its scent pheromones, because it is considered an aphrodisiac and that is why dogs and female pigs used for valuable truffles.
4. Wagyu Steak – $2800
Although Wagyu raised both inside and outside of Japan, the variety of Kobe is particularly acute in the prefecture of Hyogo is the most elitist. The use of traditional production methods, the Kobe beef comes from cows that feed only beer and massages apparently on hand to ensure incomparable tenderness and marbling. These dishes can be out of reach for the restoration of life to take too much fat and too high a price. For your next social work, then you can take those on Craftsteak New York City, where she served a complete view of the Wagyu rib with a private party for $2,800.
5. Samundari Khazana, Curry – $3200
To celebrate the DVD release of The Millionaire, Bombay Brasserie complete this curry complement the more expensive ingredients that could be found. Devon crab and white truffle and a half of tomatoes filled with beluga caviar and dressed in gold are just the beginning of this luxury food. Scottish lobster, also covered with gold, four abalone eggs, peeled and quail dish full of all other caviar.
6. Yubari Melons – $22,872
Another type of melon melons world expensive most expensive are a pair of Yubari melons and were the first auction of the 2008 season. Had been tried in the best pair and were bought by the owner of a seafood lunch at souvenir shops nearby. There have been some-100 melons grown by farmers in the competition were considered Yubari.
7. Densuke Watermelon – $6,100
In a country where the game of watermelons is rare, can be an expensive product. Here’s how a 17-pound watermelon Japan became the world’s most expensive. Densuke watermelons, a type of black watermelon grown only on the northern island of Hokkaido Japanese, are usually given as a gift for his extraordinary rarity. There were only 65 years of the first fruits of the harvest of this season. Are becoming clearer than watermelons that Americans are used and, according to a spokesman for the Tohma Agricultural Cooperative, which “have a different level of sweetness.”
8. Domenico Crolla’s “Pizza Royale 007″ – $4200
The pizza is 12 inches thick with an assortment of some food ingredients in the world of more expensive items such as caviar, lobster marinated in cognac, champagne soaked in vinegar, sunblush tomato sauce, Scottish smoked salmon, medallions of venison, ham, vintage balsamic vinegar. Besides all these ingredients, it is covered by a large amount of edible flakes of 24 carat gold.
9. Almas Caviar – $25,000
Almas caviar comes from Iran and is extremely rare and very expensive. The only solution is known Caviar House & Prunier, Piccadilly in London, England, selling a pound of costly Almas caviar in a box of 24 carat gold for $16,000, or about $25,000. Incidentally, this is also the place where you can find food more expensive in Britain. The Caviar House also sells a box of 800 pounds for those with a smaller budget.
10. Italian White Alba Truffle – $160,406
very expensive truffles are expensive because they are difficult to cultivate. This makes them a pleasure that some have called the king of all mushrooms. The Associated Press reported that a real estate investor and his wife in Hong Kong have paid €125,000 ($160,406 USD) for a huge Italian white truffle of Alba, which is apparently the most expensive in history. The most expensive truffle weighed 1.51 kilograms (3.3 pounds).