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Most Expensive Burgers In The World

A soft juicy burger loaded with delicious fillings is our go-to food when hunger strikes. But what if I told you that there is an exclusive range of hamburgers which you should try at least once in a lifetime? As a foodie, I would surely want to taste these burgers irrespective of their cost. Here, are some of the insanely expensive burgers that are worth giving a shot.

  • Fleurburger 5000 (Las Vegas, US)
    A burger is the specialty of Fleur de Lys at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. It is designed by Chef Hubert Keller and costs around $5000. It is a Wagyu beef burger which consists of foie gras and shaved black truffles. This burger is topped with a special sauce which is a specialty of Chef Hubert Keller, who attracts large crowds of food enthusiasts. Fleur burger comes with Brioche truffle bun, a side of fries and a vintage bottle of Chateau Petrus, which costs about $2000.
  • The Absolutely Ridiculous Burger (Detroit, US)
    As the name suggests, this burger at Mallie’s Sports Grill & Bar in Detroit is a giant burger that weighs about 150 pounds and requires 22 hours for preparation. This one of a kind burger has already made its way on Man Vs Food series and costs about $2000. The Ridiculous Burger is made from 30 pounds of bacon, 15 pounds of lettuce, and 36 pounds of cheese and require a large bunch of hungry people to finish it off.
  • Glamburger (London, UK)
    Glamburger is one of the menu items at Honky Tank, an American Style restaurant in London. This burger is made from Kobe Wagyu beef, lobster poached in Iranian saffron, black truffle brie, caviar, and smoked Himalayan salt. Furthermore, it comes with toppings of Japanese Matcha, hickory-smoked egg, champagne jus, and shaved white truffle. This entire burger is then wrapped in gold leaf, which justifies the price of $1,768.
  • 777 Burger (Las Vegas, US)
    Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas is home to one of the most expensive burgers, which costs about $777. For this burger, you can select bun of your choice from a list of aged parmesan bun, caramelized bun, onion bun, or oven-dried tomato ciabatta bun. This bun comes along with Kobe beef and Maine lobster. It has toppings like French triple cream brie, caramelized onions, prosciutto, and 100-year-old balsamic vinegar. These ingredients add to the exquisiteness of the burger. A bottle of Rose Dom Perignon is what completes this menu and pushes the price to $777.
  • 666 Douche Burger (New York, US)
    666 Douche Burger was made by the food truck 666 owners to show their distaste towards gourmet burgers that used lavish ingredients in their preparations. It is sold by 666 Burger in New York for $666. These burgers constitute foie gras and Kobe patty which is greased in Gruyere cheese. This cheese is melted on champagne steam. Other ingredients that these burgers contain are lobster, truffles and special barbeque sauce. Just like Glamburger, Douche burger also comes in gold leaf wrapper, which makes it much more tempting and palatable.

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Ryan Miller
Ryan Miller is CEOWORLD magazine's executive editor of news, writing analysis, and long-form reporting. In his role, he coordinates and tracks the publication of special packages, magazine stories, and the publication’s signature lists. He's a somewhat long-suffering supporter of Manchester United F.C. and a genuinely long-suffering fan of the Los Angeles Clippers.