Think nine bucks is too pricey for a guacamole burger at Chili’s? Well you’re definitely right. But things get worse. We rounded up some of the most insanely priced burgers in the world, then sold all our catamarans so we could buy all of said burgers a larger number of slightly smaller catamarans. Check out the ten most outrageous finds below:
The Rossini Burger Bar, Las Vegas Cost: $60 The Rossini’s named after a 19th century Italian composer who loved food, and essentially consists of Australian Kobe Wagyu topped with sauteed foie gras, shaved truffles, and black Perigord truffle sauce. Keep reading and all of that for $60 will seem like a steal.
Fleur Burger 5000 Fleur Restaurant, Las Vegas Cost: $5000, or $70 While Hubert Keller’s FB 5000 comes loaded with Wagyu, foie gras, and truffle, he’s using a little fuzzy math to make this FB 5000 reach such an insanely indulgent price by serving it with a bottle of ’95 Chateau Petrus, which is apparently “good”.
The Tri-Burger Old Homestead Steakhouse, Boca Raton Cost: $100 A cut of USDA Prime, Japanese Wagyu, and Argentinean free range beef from the Pompas all walked into a steakhouse… only they didn’t walk out, as the centuries-old NY steakhouse’s now-defunct Floridian outpost decided to mix them all together into one supreme patty.
DB Royale Double Truffle Burger DB Bistro Moderne, New York Cost: $140, seasonally When Daniel Bouloud decided to reinvent the burger, he reached deep, with a ground sirloin prime rib stuffed with foie gras, wine-braised short ribs, veggies, and black truffle, with an extra two layers of black truffles topping it off — along with horseradish and tomato confit. All that truffle means it’s only available in the thick of winter, when everyone’s luckily really really rich.
The Richard Nouveau Wall Street Burger Shoppe, New York Cost: $150 Until it shut down in 2011, WSBS actually served up two of their Richard Nouveaus per week — a $150 burger created specifically to out-duel the DB Royale Truffle — with gold flake-laced trufflle mayo spread atop its 10oz of Kobe, foie gras, truffles, ‘shrooms, and Gruyere.
The Burger Burger King, London Cost: $190 Wagyu, white truffles, pata negra, Cristal onion straws, Himalayan rock salt, and shallot mayo. From Burger King. You would not like fries with that.
Le Burger Extravagant Serendipity 3, New York Cost: $295 From a NY spot known for appearing in the amazzzzzzing John Cusack/ Kate Beckinsale movie of the same name, LBE’s got white truffle butter-infused Wagyu, smoked sea salt, cave-aged cheddar, shaved black truffles, Chinese Kaluga caviar, one fried quail egg, and a blini, and it’s all held together with a diamond-encrusted gold toothpick, much like John Cusack’s career.
The Douche Burger 666 Burger, New York Cost: $666 Intended as a f-you to the rest of the expensive burgers with “rich people stuff” on them, The Douche Burger’s quite possibly the most expensive food truck item in existence: a lobster-, truffle-, and caviar- topped, foie gras-stuffed Kobe puck that’s slathered in champagne steam-melted Gruyere and doused with Kopi Luwak coffee bean BBQ sauce, then served in a gold leaf wrapper. The guy who sells it wears mink coats. Seriously, he does that.
The Absolutely Ridiculous Burger Mallie’s Sports Grill & Bar, Detroit Cost: $2000 Mallie’s is a little competitive, m’kay? They kinda like having the world’s largest burger, but that’s not enough for them — they’ve gotta outdo themselves each year. They’re still working on the 2013 iteration, but the 2012 version of their Guinness record winner for largest burger weighs 338lbs, including 30lbs of bacon and 36lbs of cheese. Unlike the others on this list, it’s not exotic — just big, and it’s not even sold for a profit.
Cultured Beef Burger Maastrict University (Cooked in London) Cost: $330,000 Ok, so maybe you don’t wanna eat the petri dish burger just yet — at least, not until they grow some fat in it for flavor and make sure they won’t SPONTANEOUSLY TAKE YOUR ENTIRE BODY OVER ARHGRHGHRGH — but still, for a simple 5oz meat puck, $330,000 is a heck of a steep price.
Mir Niaz Morshed (known as NIAZ in hospitality industry of Bangladesh) hails from Bangladesh.He is a Fine Dining Restaurant General Manager. Niaz has been working in Hospitality Industry for last 11 years with renowned local and international brands. Niaz has the training and experience in both Food and Beverage Service and Production. He has been working for the training and development of Bangladeshi hoteliers for long time.
Currently, he is serving as Operations Manager of Herfy Bangladesh. He is one of the pre-opening project leaders of this world renowned upcoming Saudi Arabian Burger Chain. Herfy is the largest and fastest growing Burger Chain of Middle East.
Recently, He opened one of the biggest Thai fine dining at Banani as a General Manager (Pre-opening) named Thai Nation™.Before,he worked with renowned restaurant Bellagio Dhaka (as a pre-opening team member and restaurant manager),Pizza Hut and United Hospital Limited.He has expertise in both f & b production and f & b service. He is an experienced and innovative Hospitality Trainer.He introduced very effective training methods for hoteliers which shows his creativities and dedications towards hospitality industry.Hospitality is his passion and he likes to give his free time for the training and development of hoteliers.
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