To be rich is a fantastic privilege. There are some perks and advantages in the world only the select few with fat bank accounts have access to. Comfort, convenience-almost everything is served on a golden plate if you're rich, and that also means you can get the chance to eat some of the most expensive food in the world. Here are some of them:
Fabergé Chocolate Pudding. Chocolate pudding is every kid's favorite dessert. But for this particular one, you have to spend $34,500 just to get one plate. That's right, just one. This terribly expensive chocolate pudding is made up of four different varieties of Belgian chocolate, but that's not what made this dish super expensive. In serving this dessert, each plate includes an edible gold leaf, served in an edible Fabergé egg, drunk with highly-expensive Chateau d'Yquem dessert wine, and-to complete the dish, served with an inedible diamond on top.
Albarragena Jamon Iberico de Bellota. Any dish made with this ham would surely cost more than $5000, because this ham alone costs $2,682 for 15 pounds. So if you're fond of ham then you might want to take a double take in devouring this terribly expensive meat. This ham is made of pigs that are only fed acorns and roots for a unique flavor. It is then cured for 3 years and with each purchase, the ham is placed in a wooden box, with a handmade Spanish apron, and a DNA certificate proving the authenticity of the ham.
English Wagyu Beef Pie. Wagyu Beef is famous for being expensive, so if you want to eat them whilst stuffed in a delicious pie well you should have $1,990 in your pocket to have a slice-or $15,900 to procure the whole pie. The wagyu beef alone is worth a thousand dollars, top it off with matsutake mushrooms, black truffles, gold leaf, and $8,400 in 1982 Chateau Mouton Rothschild red wine? Well then, you have a dish purely for the rich.
The Frrrozen Haute Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae. Another dessert item on the list, this isn't your typical ice cream sundae you snack on during hot summer days. This dish, made up of 28 different cocoas (14 of which are the most expensive in the world) costs $25,000 per serving. It is served with edible gold as decoration, put in a goblet with more edible gold lined at the bottom, and-after you finish savoring this super expensive ice cream there's an 18 karat gold bracelet at the bottom of the goblet, with 1 karat f gold embedded in it. Oh, and another fun part about this dish is that you get to take home the gold spoon you eat it with, with more diamonds in it!