Here are the Most Expensive Burgers in the World …These Will Make Your Mouth Water!

Here are the Most Expensive Burgers in the World …These Will Make Your Mouth Water!


For more than a hundred years, hamburgers have been available as a quick meal for consumers. There are many different claims as to who actually invented it, but that doesn’t really matter. It has come to be a staple of American cuisine.

All over the United States, you can find many fast food restaurants offering their own versions of the hamburger. Burger King and McDonald’s are known all over the world now and even gourmet restaurants make their own deluxe hamburgers.  Whether you choose a fancy restaurant or a fast food chain, this is one favorite that’ll always satisfy your tummy.

However, as days go by, more and more expensive burgers have cropped into the market. Some of them even make some steak meals cheap in comparison. So, below we give you some of the most highly-priced burgers you can find, in no particular order.

Grand Burger

Where: McGuire Irish Pub, Pensacola, Florida

How much: $100

This burger is made of chargrilled ground filet mignon. It’s served with a side of caviar and Moët champagne.

DB Royale Double Truffle Burger

Where: DB Bistro Moderne, New York City

How much: $140

Created by Daniel Bouloud, this burger contains braised short ribs, foie gras, root vegetables, and preserved black truffle. It’s topped with tomato confit, black truffles, and horseradish. With this burger, there’s no such thing as too many truffles.

The Burger

Where: One Burger King, London

How much: $190

Known as one of the most expensive and sought-after beef cuts, Wagyu beef, is used in this nearly $200 burger. It’s topped with ham, lamb’s lettuce, pink Himalayan rock salt, shallot-infused mayo, white wine, Cristal onion straws, and white truffles. The bun is covered with white truffles and Iranian saffron.

Le Burger Extravagant

Where: Serendipity 3, New York City

How much: $295

This was once the Guinness World Record holder for the most expensive burger. It has Wagyu beef, white truffle butter, cheddar cheese, black truffles, a fried quail egg, Kaluga caviar and creme fraiche. The bun is dusted with gold and served with a diamond encrusted solid gold toothpick.

666 Douche Burger

Where: 666 Burger, New York City

How much: $666

This is the most expensive food truck burger available. It is made of Kobe beef and foie gras, then topped with champagne steam, Kopi Luwak BBQ sauce, lobster, Gruyere cheese, caviar, truffles.



Where: Honky Tonk, London

How much: $1,768

This dazzling creation consists of Kobe Wagyu beef, New Zealand venison, Iranian saffron poached Canadian lobster, and black truffle Brie. It takes three weeks to develop. It’s garnished with Himalayan salt, maple syrup-coated bacon, duck egg covered in gold leaf, and beluga caviar.

It’s the most glamorous burger you will ever eat.

Fleur Burger

Where: Fleur, Las Vegas, Nevada

How much: $75 or $5,000

Called the Fleur 5000, it is made of Wagyu beef, foie gras, and truffles. The secret sauce also contains truffles. The hefty price tag is because it comes with a vintage 1995 Chateau Petrus.

Cultured Beef Burger

Where: Maastricht University, Netherlands

How much: $330,000

A team of scientists came up with an alternative to meat production. This is a very scientific cultured beef burger. Whether meat in a petri dish is actually appealing is debatable.

The Absolutely Ridiculous Burger

Where: Mallie’s Sports Grill & Bar, Detroit, Michigan

How much: $2,000

This is the world’s largest burger. It is 338 pounds of absolute ridiculousness. It doesn’t have fancy ingredients, but it has thirty-six pounds of cheese and thirty pounds of bacon.

777 Burger


Where: Le Burger Brasserie, Las Vegas, Nevada

How much: $777

You can have this burger for $70, but if you pair it with a bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne the price jumps to $777. Only pure decadence will do for this burger. It has Kobe beef, Maine lobster, Brie cheese, aged Balsamic vinegar, caramelized onion, and prosciutto.


Hamburger al Tartufo

Where: Oliverio, Beverly Hills, CA

How much: $500

For $500, you get twelve ounces of Kobe beef, truffle-infused cheese, and two ounces of white truffle. The order needs to be placed 48 hours in advance. The price is due to the limited availability of white truffles.

The Indulgence Burger

Where: Beer & Buns, New York City

How much: $250

Take a homemade bud, add Kobe beef, and top with foie gras sautéed in Sauternes wine, fresh truffles, and Beluga caviar and you have this delectable creation.

Richard Nouveau Burger

Where: Wall Street Burger Shoppe, New York City

How much: $175

This is ten ounces of Kobe beef, foie gras, Gruyere, gold flakes, and black truffles. Perfect for the wolves of Wall Street.

Tri Beef Burger

Where: The Old Homestead Steakhouse, Boca Raton, Florida

How much: $125

This gourmet patty combines three kinds of beef – American Prime, Wagyu, and Argentine. It’s served with Chipotle ketchup made with truffles and champagne. The restaurant donates $10 from the sale of each burger to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.


Where: Burger Bar, Las Vegas, Nevada

How much: $60

The Rossini is Australian Kobe Wagyu beef with foie gras, shaved truffles, and black truffle on an onion bun. It’s priced at $60 and worth every penny.

Here are other burger-related articles you must read:

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