Luxurious Meals We WANT!

There are many lovely restaurants around the world and no shortage of accolades and lists of the best-known ones, but how do you choose the very best?;

The absolute pinnacle of fine dining? There is no perfect answer but, here is a personal choice of the most luxurious meals in the world today that we have added to our to- do list.

Top 10 of our most luxurious meals from enviable destinations: –

1. $1000 Bagel at Westin Hotel, Times Squares, New York
2. $914 Coffee at The Munch Yao, Osaka, Japan
3. $715 Pork at Jeepney, East Village, NY
4. $500 Fried Chicken at Momofuku Noodle Bar, East Village, NY
5. $456 Gameday food at Chowgirls Killer Caterings, Minneapolis, MN
6. $340 Pecking Duck at Hwa Yuan Szechuan Flushing, Queens, NY
7. $250 Pie cake at Three Brothers Bakery, Houston, TX
8. $213 Sea Food at Silks in Crown Entertainment complex, South Bank, Melbourne
9. $143 Spaghetti at Republique, Los Angeles, CA
10. $135 at ABCV, Union Square, NY

These 10 foods are generally the most expensive things you can eat. Most people don’t mind paying a little extra for a really good steak, especially if it’s made from delicious Kobe beef. Sometimes you may even be willing to fork out a little extra cash for a gourmet lobster dinner… but would you still do it if that lobster came with flakes of edible gold leaf and set you back more than a thousand dollars?

BagelCoffeFried ChickenGameday FoodP1050892Pecking DuckPie CakePorkSea foodSpaghetti

 

Know any other meal we should add to our list? Tell us in the comments below!

 

Until Next Time,

Team WabiSabi

 

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