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Meet The World’s Most Expensive Burger: The £1,100 ‘Glamburger’

the-1000-glamburgerGroupon has announced a deal with Honky Tonk restaurant in Chelsea, London, to offer one customer the opportunity to eat the World’s Most Expensive Burger – the “Glamburger”.

On sale at £1,100, the burger has been certified by Record Setters, as of 2 October 2014, as being The Most Expensive in the World, and was created to celebrate Groupon’s five millionth food and drink voucher being sold.

he burger patty is made from 220 grams of Kobe Wagyu beef minced with 60 grams of New Zealand venison to perfectly balance the fat content, and a rich center of black truffle brie to create a liquid pocket once the meat has cooked. The burger patty is then seasoned with smoked Himalayan salt and served with a Canadian lobster poached in Iranian saffron. Atop the lobster, creator of the burger, chef Chris Large, has added maple syrup-coated streaky bacon, Beluga caviar and a hickory-smoked duck egg intricately covered in edible gold leaf. The bun is seasoned with a Japanese matcha and cream mayonnaise and coated in gold leaf. Finishing touches come in the form of a mango and champagne jus and grated white truffle.

Winners of the prize draw get to indulge in this one-off burger, with travel costs of the round-trip to Chelsea’s Honky Tonk included. Alternatively, if you’re really hungry, you could bypass the prize draw altogether and head straight to Honky Tonk via this link

http://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/west-london/honky-tonk-3/46052417

Ingredients

  • Kobe Wagyu beef
  • New Zealand venison
  • Canadian lobster
  • Black truffle brie
  • Iranian saffron
  • Maple syrup-coated bacon
  • Hickory-smoked duck egg
  • Gold leaf coated brioche bun
  • Japanese matcha and cream mayonnaise
  • Mango and Champagne jus
  • Grated white truffle

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