Fleurburger 5000 – $5,000
You can get a burger for $2 in some places, but the Fleurburger 5000 isn’t your regular burger. The Fleurburger will set you back $5,000 at Fleur in Las Vegas. It’s made with Wagyu beef and is topped with truffles and foie gras.
Beluga’s Almas Caviar – $9,884
Beluga’s is the only caviar-dedicated restaurant in Dubai, and it serves $9,884 Almas caviar, which is the most expensive in the world. The 24-karat golden cigar it is served with costs $422, with the rest of the price just caviar.
Louis XIII Pizza – $12,000
The Louis XII Pizza by Renato Viola will set you back $12,000. It comes with three different types of caviar, seven different cheeses, and an expensive version of lobster shipped from Norway.
Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence – $14,500
Sri Lanka’s Fortress Resort and Spa offers the Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence, otherwise known as the most expensive dessert in the world. For $14,500, diners can enjoy handmade chocolate, gold leaf, and a Champagne sauce. On the side is an 80-karat aquamarine stone that really bumps the price of this dish up.
Grand Velas Taco – $25,000
Tacos in Mexico can be pretty cheap if you know where to get them. Mexico is also where you will find the most expensive taco in the world, at $25,000. It’s served by the Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort and features Kobe beef, Beluga caviar, and truffle Brie cheese.
If you’ve been looking for something expensive to splash out on, then why not remortgage your home and dine out on these dishes. You won’t have anything to show for it, but your tastebuds will always remember the most expensive dishes in the world.