What A $300 Burger Tastes Like
June 4, 2014 by staff
What A $300 Burger Tastes Like, With the price of beef sky rocketing, most people are dealing with sticker shock when buying simple hamburger meat for the grill.
Yet, restaurants keep rolling out insanely priced burgers made with exotic ingredients and topped with gold leaf or served with bottle of rare wine. We’re talking big bucks here -like the same amount as several, really nice designer shoes or even a car—used of course.
The sourdough bread had a sharp taste and the caviar gave the meat a salty zing, and the quail egg was a tad too messy.
The Fleurburger served in Hubert Keller’s Fleur Las Vegas restaurant – is made of Kobe beef topped with foie gras and black truffles and served on a brioche truffle bun. It comes with a rare bottle of bottle of 1990 Château Pétrus wine. It also comes with a $5000 price tag (yes, that’s three zeros).
The 666 Douche Burger -priced at $666– features a Kobe burger wrapped in gold leaf, foie gras, caviar, lobster, truffles and aged Gruyere cheese. Creator Franz Aliquo described it on his company’s Facebook page as “a f-ing burger filled and topped with rich people s-t.” Aliquo, who runs food trucks in New York City featuring more reasonably prices burgers, told us the 666 Burger is meant to mock the expensive burger phenomenon –but people still order it.
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