How would you feel about a $1,800 burger?
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It probably costs more than your rent, but the world’s most expensive burger, known as the Glamburger, is being sold in Chelsea, and it’s filled with all the good things in life.
The burger is made of 220 grams of Kobe Wagyu Beef, minced with 60 grams of New Zealand venison, and smoked with Himalayan salt.
The meat patty is stuffed with black truffle brie, and the burger itself is served with a Canadian lobster poached in Iranian saffron and topped with maple syrup bacon, Beluga caviar, and hickory smoked duck egg covered in edible gold leaf.
The bun is no joke, either. It comes seasoned with Japanese matcha and cream mayonnaise, coated in gold leaf. Then it is drizzled with a mango and champagne mix on top and finished off with grated white truffle.
If you think the Glamburger looks like an over-the-top burger, you might be right—it will add on 2,618 calories to your diet, which is already more than the recommended daily intake of an adult, so better rethink your diet before splurging on this expensive piece of meat.