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Priced At Rs 4.5 Lakh, Here Is The World’s Most Expensive Burger | WATCH VIDEO

Burger costing about 5,000 euros (around 4.5 lakh rupees) goes beyond ordinary food—it represents pure luxury. Recently confirmed by Guinness World Records, it delights taste buds with a mix of sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and umami flavors, earning praise for its delightful and delicious taste.

Edited By : simran rajpal | Updated: Jul 10, 2024 08:08 IST
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Most Expensive Burger

In today’s world of luxury dining, a particular burger has caught everyone’s eye due to its incredibly high price and special mix of flavors and ingredients. Recently confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records, this burger, designed to redefine culinary richness, has once again become a topic of discussion. It isn’t just a meal but an exclusive experience meant for those with refined tastes.

Named fittingly for its luxurious ingredients, the burger features a center of tender Wagyu beef topped with layers of fine caviar and delicious king crab. Even its bun and the accompanying onion rings are extraordinary, made with champagne infused with Dom Perignon. The highlight, though, is its decoration with real gold leaf.

Here is the World’s most expensive burger

Costing about 5,000 euros (approximately 4.5 lakh rupees), this burger goes beyond ordinary food—it represents pure luxury. Recently confirmed by Guinness World Records, it delights taste buds with a blend of sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and umami flavors, earning praise for its delightful and delicious taste.

Despite its praise, the burger has caused controversy online, with many questioning the need for such extravagance in a world facing serious socio-economic issues. Social media is filled with criticism, from disbelief over its price to thoughtful comments on global inequality and hunger.

Robert Jan de Ven, the chef who created this unique burger, defends it as a positive initiative. He came up with the idea during the Covid-19 lockdown, aiming not only to set a record but also to draw attention to poverty in the Netherlands. The proceeds from the first sale of the “Golden Boy” funded 1,000 food packages for disadvantaged families, aiming to balance luxury with compassion.

In the world where food meets philanthropy, this burger represents both luxury and meaningful change, showing that even the most extravagant items can have a higher purpose.

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First published on: Jul 10, 2024 08:08 AM IST

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