5 Most Expensive Foods In The World

It is not necessary that good food should be expensive. It usually isn’t but these exotic delicacies require that you are super loaded.

Presenting the five most expensive and no doubt delicious foods in the world.

5. Nino’s Bellissima Pizza

Nino's Bellissima Pizza
Nino’s Bellissima Pizza

Price: $1,000
This specialty Pizza is made from a Creme Fraiche base and topped with four types of caviar, lobster tail, salmon roe, and a dash of wasabi.

4. Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata

Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata
Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata

Price: $1,000
This premium lobster frittata is created with 10-ounce caviar, 1-pound lobster, eggs, and fried potatoes producing an overwhelming deliciousness. Even though it does not cost a zillion dollars, it is still expensive.

3. Italian White Alba Truffle

White Alba Truffle
White Alba Truffle

Price: $7,680 per pound
A truffle is an aromatic underground fungus that resembles an irregular, rough-skinned potato. These special white truffles are found at the base of Oak trees in France and Italy. These are hunted by truffle hunters who have specially trained dogs for the same purpose.

2. Almas Caviar

Almas Caviar
Almas Caviar

Price: $25,000 per tin
Almas caviar is a pearly white variety of the Beluga sturgeon, which is taken from a centennial female of the albino beluga sturgeon (found in the Caspian Sea). It is the rarest, most expensive caviar sold mostly in Iran. It is rare because only a few members of the species are affected with the genetic disorder that results in the lack of melanin. In addition, the eggs are taken from specimens over 100 years old. The Almas  Caviar is packed and sold in a 24 karat gold tin. The smaller 1-ounce tin costs $1,250.

1. Lindeth Howe Pudding

Lindeth Howe Pudding
Lindeth Howe Pudding

Price: $35,000
Lindeth Howe Pudding is chocolate pudding styled like a Faberge egg, is made out of chocolate, gold and caviar, the dessert is topped with champagne jelly and an edible gold leaf. It is decorated with a 2-karat diamond which is obviously not edible.

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