Oct 25, 2011

Seriously Expensive Food from Serendipity 3 in NYC

"Haute Dog"
Price: $69
Ingredients: beef, white truffle oil, salted pretzel bread, white truffle butter, duck foie gras, carmelized Vidalia onions, heirloom tomato ketchup, Dijon mustard, black truffles.
Note: must be ordered 24 hours in advance.


"The Golden Opulence"
Price: $1,000
Ingredients: vanilla bean ice-cream, edible gold leaf, chocolate sauce, exotic candied fruits, gold drage├ęs, truffles, marzipan cherries,  all topped with a tiny bowl of "Grand Passion" caviar (golden, salt-free eggs sweetened and infused with passion fruit, orange, Armagnac).
Note: served in a Baccarat goblet with gold spoon; caviar is served with smaller mother-of-pearl spoon, topped with a gilded sugar flower.



The Frrrrozen Haute Chocolate
price: $25,000
Ingredients: 14 rare cocoas, milk, ice cubes, whipped cream, chocolate truffle, truffle shavings, edible gold.
Note: served in a Baccarat crystal goblet with a $14,000 jewel-encrused spoon attached to a gold and diamond bracelet.


More info available on Serendipty 3's website.

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2 comments:

Munir said...

Informative article post..I like beluga caviar.. The Beluga Caviar is made from the eggs of the beluga sturgeon named Huso huso. The Caspian Sea which is the largest salt water lake in the whole world is the home to this species. The sea is bordered by the country of Iran and Soviet socialist republics of Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.

Kim A. said...

what a well camoflaged link.
anyway. i like caviar, too, only not with beer.

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