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7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford





Fast food is popular for all the obvious reasons. It’s quick, it’s easy, it doesn’t require cooking, and it’s available nearly 24/7.

Fast food has been a go-to place by almost everyone because it’s tasty, it’s filling, and most of all it’s cheap. But while fast food once meant budget prices, that’s not necessarily the case with every offering.

Here are 7 fast food items that only rich people can afford.

7. Kobe-Philly Cheesesteak

Where: Barclay Prime

Ingredients: wagyu ribeye, foie gras, and truffled cheese.

Price: $120

6. Junni Ban

Where: Tokyo Dog

Igredients: butter Teriyaki grilled onions, Maitake mushrooms, Wagyu beef, foie gras, shaved black truffles, caviar, and Japanese mayonnaise.

Price $169

5. Quintessential Grilled Cheese

Where: Serendipity 3

Ingredients: Dom Perignon champagne infused bread, 24 karat gold flakes, truffle spread, Caciocavallo Podolico Cheese, and gold leaf for the edges.

Price: $214

4. Bellissima Pizza

Where: Nino’s Bellissima Pizza

Ingredients: creme fraiche base, four types of caviar, sliced lobster tail, salmon roe, some wasabi, and different kind of caviar.

Price: $1,000

Owner Nino Selimaj admits his gourmet creation isn’t for everyone but reveals that plenty of people can afford it.

3. Golden Opulence Sundae

Where: Serendipity 3

Ingredients: three scoops of Tahitian vanilla ice cream covered in 23-karat gold leaf, as well as almonds, caviar, expensive chocolate from Tuscany, vanilla beans imported from Madagascar, and the candied fruit on top comes from Paris and a sugar-forged orchid that takes eight hours to build.

Price: $1,000

2. Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata

Where: Norma’s in Le Parker Meridien hotel

Ingredients: six eggs, 10 ounces of exclusive sevruga caviar (it costs the restaurant $65 per ounce), an entire lobster, cream, and chives.

Price: $1,000

1. The Glamburger

Where: Honky Tonk

Ingredients: Kobe Wagyu beef, New Zealand venison, Canadian lobster, maple syrup-coated bacon, black truffle brie, beluga caviar, and a hickory smoked duck egg. The buns are coated with gold leaf, Japanese matcha and cream mayonnaise, garnished with mango and champagne jus, and sprinkled with grated white truffle.

Price: $1770

It is worth noting that not only the Glamburger cost you almost $2,000, it also has 2,618 calories.

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