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The ranking of the most expensive dishes in the world

We may not live, but still, I think many will be very interesting a list of the most expensive meals that you can enjoy on our planet. Next, you will be able to know what feed the rich and noble men, due to the rating of the most expensive meals.

1. The Breakfast of aristocrats is quite common for the omelette. Nothing ordinary at first glance, but is actually the most expensive omelet in the world is it’s only a thousand dollars. The composition of this dish includes chicken, six eggs, an entire lobster, as well as three hundred grams of black sevruga caviar. Here is such a hearty Breakfast turns out. You can enjoy a mega – expensive omelet in the restaurant that belongs to a hotel LeParker Meridien located in new York.

2. If you see a mushroom like this, you’re not quite a poor man! However, to find the truffles very difficult, as they grow exclusively underground, quite deep. Produce these special mushrooms with the participation of pigs and dogs that are specially trained. The truffle is quite small, but the price of these natural gifts is very high! Once at the auction the king of gambling Stanley Ho shelled out the mushrooms for approximately three hundred and thirty thousand dollars. In this purchase he was so impressed that a year later he repeated buy, by the way, for the same price! Continue reading

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