There are hundreds of gourmet and specialty burgers created and served to the world. However, only a few were recognized by people and chefs alike. Here are three of the most expensive gourmet burgers in the world.
WARNING!! This is an enticing piece and may force you to buy one of these burgers. Keep in mind that these cost a lot of dollars. We’re not saying you can’t afford it, you can, but it’s going to cost you a lot.
The Fleur Burger 5000 – $6,575 (CAD)
You can build a small business with this money and buy yourself a car or two. Fleur Burger 5000 can be found in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States. This burger is a creation of renowned French chef Hubert Keller and you can get it at the Mandalay Bay Casino.
What makes this burger so expensive? Well other than the foie gras and ample truffle shavings, this burger is all about the meat. The star of this burger is the high-end and super-luxurious wagyu beef.
Savoury, flavourful, and hitting all the right notes. It is served with fries and different dipping sauces.
You must enjoy this burger with a glass or bottle of fine red wine.
Glamburger – $2,325 (CAD)
This time we go to the United Kingdom. Go to London and find the Honky Tank restaurant, there you can see and try the Glamburger. Just like Fleur, Glamburger is made with the finest wagyu beef, Kobe wagyu beef to be exact. Topped with black truffle brie, caviar, and smoked Himalayan salt.
This burger also comes with matcha, hickory-smoked egg, champagne jus, and white truffle. To top it all off, the entire burger is embraced in gold leaf. Many people who have tried this burger said the price is more than worth it.
777 Burger – $1,022 (CAD)
Going back to the city of sin, Las Vegas, this time at Caesars Palace. The 777 burger is a burger mecca for many people searching for the best burger out there.Two buns perfectly toasted embracing a Kobe beef.
Above the meat are seared foie gras, arugula, lobster, pancetta, and goat’s cheese. The goat’s cheese elevates the burger.
So, are you ready to take on these burgers?