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World’s ‘most expensive’ burger worth Rs 4 Lakh


Team Udayavani, Jul 13, 2021, 9:43 AM IST

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Robbert Jan de Veen of De Daltons diner has developed the world’s most expensive hamburger that costs a whopping €5,000 (Rs 4,41,305) for a single piece. The Dutch chef named the burger, “Golden Boy,” as the burger is made up of gold leaves, saffron, Wagyu beef, caviar, and many more to book a spot on the culinary list of the world’s most expensive food items.

He has also shared the image of the dish on his Instagram page.

Geo News quoted him saying, “Breaking a world record has been a childhood dream of mine and it feels amazing.”

Golden Boy has been prepared with a range of various expensive ingredients such as – Beluga caviar, king crab, Spanish Paleta Iberico, white truffle, and English cheddar cheese, accompanied by a barbeque sauce made with one of the costliest coffee beans in the world, Kopi Luwak. The bun is made with Dom Pérignon champagne dough and is topped with gold leaf.

Apart from being expensive, the burger has a good cause to serve.  The pricey burger was sold for €5,000 ($5,964) on June 28 to Netherlands-based business conglomerate Remia International and was eaten by Rober Willemse, chairman of the Royal Dutch Food and Beverage Association and the proceeds from it were donated to an NGO assisting food banks in the Netherlands.

Previously in 2011, a restaurant in Oregon, US created the world’s most expensive burger at that time, which was priced at $5,000 (€4,200) and weighed 352.44 kg.

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