10 Most Expensive Foods In The World

People’s understanding of the phrase "expensive food" varies widely. For some it means red salmon; for others truffles. However, there’s actually a whole range of food products that have price tags you would never have imagined were possible.

1. Huge Italian Truffle To Fetch $216,000.

Its cost is so expensive because truffles are difficult to cultivate. It is called the king of all fungi. Newspaper has reported that a rich man and his wife bought a big Italian Truffle paying $160,406.

2. Domenico Crolla’s Pizza Royale 007- $4,200

It is named after Domenico Crolla who is a chef known for making a special creation of his pizza. The chef puts a portrait on his pizza.

It is consisted of lobsters marinated in cognac, caviar, tomato sauce, Scottish smoked salmon, prosciutto and vinegar. But the great surprise is that he puts 24-carat gold flakes.

3. Dry-Cured Iberian Ham - $4,620

Jamón Ibérico, produced in Spain, is the most expensive kind of ham in the world. In Spain, the Iberian pig is fed exclusively on acorns, and huge areas are marked off for them to graze in.

4. Bombay Brassiere’s Samundari Khazana Curry – $3,200

For some of us, Red Lobster is like the ultimate expensive choice. There is, however, a unique curry known as the Samundari Khazana (meaning “seafood treasure”) that will cost you $3,200 a portion. The dish contains Devon crab, white truffle, Beluga caviar, gold leaf, a Scottish lobster coated in gold, four abalones and four quail eggs. Samundari Khazana is only made and sold by Bombay Brasserie, London.

5. Japanese Wagyu Steaks - $2,800

Wagyu steaks, made from Japanese beef, are one of the tastiest and most expensive delicacies in the world. The meat has an amazing aroma, the second highest possible score for marbling, and a famous buttery texture.

6. FluerBurger 5000 - $5,000

What's more American than a hamburger? How about one that costs $5,000? The FleurBurger 5000, sold by Fleur in Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay, consists of a Wagyu beef and foie gras burger patty topped with truffle sauce and shaved black truffles, served on a brioche truffle bun.

The FleurBurger is served with a bottle of Bordeaux: a 1995 Chateau Petrus, which typically goes for about $2,500 a bottle. But that's not all! The wine is served in Ichendorf glasses, which you get to take home at the end of the meal.

7. Moose Cheese

One of the most expensive cheeses in the world is moose cheese, which is produced in only one place: on the Moose House farm in Sweden. Moose milk is required to produce it. Moose cheese is white in color, and its appearance is reminiscent of feta cheese. It costs around €1,000 ($1,074) per kilogram, and it’s made in very limited quantities.

The King Taco - $25,000

The Grand Velas Los Cabos, a Mexican resort, is now offering what it bills as the world’s most expensive taco. The King Taco costs an astounding $25,000 and includes langoustine, Kobe beef, Almas Beluga caviar and black truffle brie cheese. The salsa contains dried Morita chili peppers, Ley.925 ultra-premium añejo tequila, and civet coffee. The taco is served on a gold flake-infused corn tortilla. For an additional $150,000, you can order your taco with hand-crafted white gold and a pure platinum bottle of Ley.925 Pasión Azteca Ultra Premium Añejo.

9. Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata- $1,000

In Le Parker Meridien Hotel in New York, you can buy an omelette dish for $1,000. The ingredients of this dish are: lobster claws, 10 ounces of Sevruga caviar, and six eggs.

10. Yubari Melons $22,872.

Yubari melons are the most expensive cantaloupes in the world. The Japanese city is famous for this kind of fruit. This type is known for its juicy sweetness, so, it is so delicious. It is expensive as it grows only in Yubari.