Yes, life is good when you drive a gold-plated Lamborghini, date three models at the same time, and use Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne jeroboam 2002 instead of Lidl’s anti-dandruff shampoo.
But then again, when you get the munchies, you just wanna go hardcore: burgers, chips, kebab, and the rest of it.
Here’s a selection of junk foods for the filthy rich. Get fat or die trying.
As reported by DesignTAXI, this is the ‘World’s Most Expensive Bacon Sandwich’
‘Priced at US$237, the ‘Bacon Bling Sandwich’ is made from an impressive list of ingredients—seven rashers of rare breed pig bacon, sliced truffles, a free range egg, saffron and edible gold dust.’
Pizza, bambino? Here you go: the Luis XIII, a Renato Viola Creation, costs $12,000. Why? Because it takes 72 hours to make, it is topped with bufala mozzarella, three types of caviar, lobster from Norway and Cilento, and it is lightly dusted with hand picked grains of pink Australian sea-salt from the Murray River. The cost includes service, anyway, and this pizza can only be made at home. Three Italian chefs will show up at your villa and make it for you in the comfort of your kitchen.
Jalla! Jalla! Kebab
Made with saffron-infused flat bread, milk-fed lamb from the Pyrenees and edible gold, the “King of Kebabs” also features champagne-infused mint and cucumber yoghurt, and costs £750.
From The Sun: ‘Chef Andy Bates created the kebab to mark the launch of The Great Food Truck Race TV show, celebrating street food.
Andy said: “It took a fair bit of time to source the best possible ingredients to ensure that this kebab was the most exclusive one out there but I loved every minute.”’
Hubert Keller’s FleurBurger 5000, named after its price tag, is the most expensive hamburger in the world. Why? According to the WSJ’s food blog, what makes it so pricey is ‘Lots of expensive ingredients. Start with a Kobe beef “patty” (more like a mountain of ground primo cow flesh), then top it with foie gras and black truffles. Oh, and don’t forget the “special sauce,” which is made with – no surprise – more truffles.’ But there is more, as you can read on said blog.
‘World’s most expensive hot dog: New York’s 230 Fifth released this $2,300 creation made out of 60-day dry-aged wagyu and topped with Vidalia onions caramelized in Dom Perignon, sauerkraut braised in Cristal, and caviar.’
Read more here: http://tinyurl.com/qjdxmma
The most expensive bagel in the world is topped with white truffle (from Alba), cream cheese, and goji berry infused Riesling jelly with golden leaves.
The bagel’s $1,000 price tag (including tax).
Thirsty? Vintage soda!
To make the whole thing work, wash down your kebab or bagel with a 1958 can of Style Line Ginger Ale (Unopened), selling on the Bay for $349.95