Culinary art and enjoyment is a lifestyle for many. So it's no wonder that there are now 4-hood restaurants and exclusive specialties with the finest ingredients and unusual flavors all over the world. But how much do these high-class specialties cost and what do you get for them?
Probably the most expensive taco in the world was created by Mexican chef Juan Licerio Alcalá in the state of Baja California - to the amazement of some residents, Mexico has cheaper tacos on every corner. So why buy a taco for $25,000 (23,600 euros)?
The dough patties are filled with shrimp, sinfully expensive Kobe beef and Alma's beluga caviar, black truffles and gold flakes. Seasoned with smoked and dried jalapeno chilies and so-called "cat coffee." With these exquisite ingredients, the price is lived up to. Even before guests can take their first bite, a deposit and proof of the booked presidential suite at Hotel Grand Velas Los Cabos is required.
Whether it is worth spending so much money on this rarity is up to each person. However, the taco has never really been ordered.
In Japan, fresh fruit is something for the crème de la crème of the population. Many Japanese pay incredible sums for such rarities - such as for this luxury grape.
"Ruby Romans" is the name of this special variety of grapes. The whole bunch of grapes comprises 30 pieces and can be bought at auction for 9,800 euros. Thus, one grape is worth a whole 327 euros, breaking world records.
A single grape is the size of a ping-pong ball. That is why this noble fruit is also a popular gift. Unlike the 1st place - the taco, the luxury grapes are sold in record amounts.
Almost 2,000 dollars you pay in New York for this luxury pizza. In the restaurant "Industry Kitchen" you can enjoy the sinfully expensive Margherita. The luxury variation is topped with truffles, Stilton cheese from England, foie gras from France, caviar from the Caspian Sea, edible flowers and 24-carat gold leaves from Ecuador.
The "24K" pizza must be ordered at least two days in advance.
Author: Franziska Stiedl
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