The Tribe team has been to some pretty decent restaurants over the years – you can see some of them here – and recently enjoyed an awesome king prawn spaghetti at Sergio’s in central London that we dubbed ‘luxurious’ at £22.
Little did we know how much of a bargain our pricey pasta was in comparison to some of the exclusive artisan meals available all over the globe.
From ‘first-harvest Brisbane mangoes’ priced at $2,400 per piece to a $235 bacon sarnie, FinancesOnline.com has revealed some of the world’s most expensive dishes and ingredients available to anyone with a black Amex and an appetite for the ridiculous.
As sushi-obsessed food lovers we do value a decent bit of Japanese cuisine ourselves, but we’d probably draw the line at a $2,700 gold leaf wrapped, diamond and pearl garnished salmon selection.
Meanwhile, the Frrrozen Haute Chocolate Ice-cream served at New York’s Serendipity 3 restaurant will set you back $25,000 – but includes a golden spoon that can be taken home. Right…
So take a look at the world’s most expensive foods and should you ever find yourself presented with one, you know you better clear your plate.