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$25,000 Dessert? Check Out the Most Expensive Menu Items

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” – Virginia Woolf

These expensive foods will fill your stomach and break your wallet. Check them out below!

The Frrrozen Haute Chocolate: $25,000

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The Frrrozen Haute Chocolate can be found at Serendipity 3 in New York, New York. The Guinness Book of World Records has deemed this as the most expensive dessert in history. This dessert that takes two weeks to make, includes a blend of 28 rich cocoas and slightly frozen milk, five grams of 24-carat gold flown in from Switzerland, and its topped off with whipped cream, additional 24-carat gold, and a La Madeline au Truffe flown in from France. The luxurious dessert is served with a gold spoon and diamonds inside of a gold goblet. Click here for more information on Serendipity 3.


Winston Cocktail: $12,970

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The cocktail that takes 48 hours to make was created by Joel Heffernan at Melbourne Crown Casino’s Club 23 in Australia. He named it ‘the Winston’, after Winston Churchhill. The elegant cocktail includes Croizet’s 1858 ‘Cuvee Leonie’ cognac, which sales for $151,000 a bottle, a chocolate garnish, and nutmeg. Click here for more information on Melbourne Crown Casino’s Club 23.


The FleurBurger: $5,000

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Chef Hubert Keller of Top Chef Masters created the Fleur Burger, which consists of a seared a patty of Wagyu beef, which is typically $100 a pound, prime foie gras, which is typically $45 a pound, and sauteed black truffles, which is typically $1,500 a pound. All of that is served between a fresh brioche bun. The burger is served with a bottle of 1995 Chateau Petrus wine in take-home Ichendorf glasses. Customers that order this burger will also receive a personal certificate of authenticity delivered their address. Click here for more information on the restaurant that serves this amazing burger, Fleur by Hubert Keller.

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