Would you spend $12,000 on a pizza?
Or $25,000 on a frozen dessert?
As outrageous as it seems, there are a ton of super-expensive meals out there, that cost almost as much as a house or car.
Check out these 6 insanely priced meals that are available out there. (You might have to win a sizable lottery jackpot before you try one of these)
Strawberries from Arnaud’s – $3.95 Million
If you think this is too much to pay for a simple dish of strawberries, ice cream and whipped cream, you’re right.
But this fine-dining establishment in New Orleans serves up this classic dessert with… a 7 carat pink diamond ring!
Kobe Beef Taco – $25,000
Move over, Taco Bell. If you ever visit Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort, you can spring for the world’s most pricey taco.
Made from Kobe beef, Almas Beluga caviar, black truffle brie cheese…all this is presented on a gold-flake infused corn tortilla.
Frozen Hot Chocolate from Serendipity 3 – $25,000
This high-end “haute” chocolate has 5 g of 24-carat gold and is garnished with La Madeline au Truffle – flown in all the way from France.
It comes served with a gold spoon and is presented with a gold and diamond crown. Only in New York!
Wagyu Beef Pie – $15,900
This decadent steak and mushroom pie has about $1000 worth of Wagyu beef, matsutake mushrooms, black truffles, gold leaf and 2 bottles of 1982 Chateau Mouton Rothschild red wine which is around $8,400.
If you’re only after a slice, it’s less expensive at $1,990
Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence – $14,500
Found in ‘The Fortress Wine’ restaurant in Sri Lanka, this mouthful of a dessert is a round sponge cake, flavoured with Irish cream.
It comes with mango and pomegranate and an 80-carat aquamarine stone!
Louis XIII Pizza – $12,000
This pricey pizza by Renato Viola (a master pizza chef) is prepared 72 hours in advance because of all its fancy ingredients…
It has 3 types of champagne-soaked caviar, Norwegian lobster, organic buffalo mozzarella, to name a few. Oh and it’s served with the most prestigious cognac available, Remy Martin Louis XIII