By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Of The World’s Most Expensive Meals… Check Out The $25,000 Dessert.

Forget saving up for your next trip this year. If you want try something completely new, how about going for a high-priced, extravagant dinner or dessert? You don’t need to be an expert to appreciate delicious foods, you may just need to make sure your wallet is filled with cash, a lot of cash.

When it comes to creating rich and unique dishes, it seems that edible gold is the standard. We have found the most expensive foods in the world. It’s hard to say how delicious each plate is, or just how full one will be when finished eating; but if one can afford to pay $100 for a plate of pasta, ordering dessert may not be a concern.

#1. The $40 strip of bacon.

What do you get a bacon lover who has everything? How about a 23-karat, gold-dusted strip of bacon, covered in rich dark chocolate. Baconery offers this unusual treat at a mere $39.99 a strip. You know you won't buy just one.

The $40 strip of bacon.


#2. $100 for a gold box of chocolate with a touch of fashion.

French pastry shop Ladurée joined forces with the luxury label Marni to create macaroons that fuse food with fashion. Every bite-sized morsel is created with high-end ingredients and to top it all off, each macaroon is covered with edible gold sheets.

$100 for a gold box of chocolate with a touch of fashion.

Steve Sampson

#3. The devilish $666 hamburger.

If you have a few hundred dollar bills in your wallet you don't know what to do with, try 666 Burger's priciest creation: the Douche burger. The patty is made of Kobe beef and covered in gold leaf. The burger also features Gruyere cheese, a special BBQ sauce, rock salt from the Himalayas, caviar, foie gras, lobster, and truffles.

It may be a major faux pas to ask for ketchup or pickles.

The devilish $666 hamburger.

Mackenzie Keegan

#4. This $1,000 bagel is not how your Yiddish grandmother made them.

In 2007, the regular bagel received a makeover. Chef Frank Tujague made this New York staple into a treat for the elite. The popular breakfast favorite features Alba white truffle cream cheese, goji-berry Riesling jelly, and speckled with gold leafs. Customers have to order it 24-hours in advance and it is only served for breakfast.

This $1,000 bagel is not how your Yiddish grandmother made them.

Jacob Silberberg/Reuters

#5. The five-pack, $1,000 cigars.

Granted, this isn't a food item but Daniel Marshall's creation may set back your grocery money. The 24-karat gold leaf-covered cigar is made with premium tobacco.

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