The world’s most expensive dishes are created daily in restaurants and indeed people run to try them out. Rare materials and rare raw materials around the world create gourmet flavors that are at least a good investment for the stomach. In the list below you will see dishes from the cheapest to the most expensive.

Densuke watermelon

This excellent watermelon is sold by the slice! It grows exclusively in Japan, especially in Hokkaido Island, and is expensive due to its rarity. The weight reaches 17 pounds and the specificity is the flavor. Crunchy and hard flesh yet juicy and incredibly sweet. Japan is owns one of the most expensive gifts for weddings or birthdays, since it costs 6,100 $.

Densuke watermelon

Densuke watermelon

Yubari melon

It has perfect proportions and great taste. It is not an ordinary melon but a work of art. Incredible sweetness, juicy flesh and stunning orange/red color. Grown in Yubari, where it is believed, that the volcanic soil is responsible for the inimitable flavor. And if you think that fruit is ideal for your summer fruit salad, you better think again since it costs 23,000 $ each!

Yubari melon

Yubari melon

Almas Caviar

The word Almas means diamond and fits perfectly with the most expensive caviar in the world. Country of origin is Iran and the only store in the world where it is sold is at the Caviar House & Prunier in London. Packaged in a gold box of 24 carats, while the price of a kilogram reaches 25,000 $. The lifetime is one year, so make sure if you ever buy one or make it as a wedding gift, that you consume during this time.

Almas Caviar

Almas Caviar

Italian white Alba truffle

It exhales a soil perfume, tree roots and aged cheese, but it is nevertheless the ultimate culinary object of desire! The Italian white truffle is known for its aphrodisiac properties and its excellent taste. It is the most expensive food in the world, as it is very difficult to cultivate. Consumed strictly raw and never cooked, as it loses all its flavor during cooking, preferably cut into thin slices over pasta or rice. The price of a kilogram touches the princely sum of 160,000 $.

Italian white Alba truffle

Italian white Alba truffle

By Nicole P.

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