The World’s Most Expensive Valentine’s Dinner Will Cost You Two Years Income

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For those looking to impress this Valentine’s Day, here’s a dinner that will run you a cool £61,000 (US $99, 594.70). In collaboration with GreatBritishChefs.com, British luxury site VeryFirstTo offers what the Daily Meal claims to be the most expensive Valentine’s Day menu on Earth.

Michelin-starred chef Adam Simmonds (formerly of Danesfield House) created the eight-course menu for “no expense-spared” romantics. The meticulously extravagant menu includes “aphrodisiac-infused” components like Alums white caviar with a price tag of nearly $5000, gold leaf worth more than $3000 and Native South Sea oyster pearls at almost $10,000.

Looking to emphasize the menu’s theme of exclusivity and rarity, Pacific bluefin tuna also make the list — a species many wildlife activists say are as close to extinction as the white rhino. Of course, throughout the dinner, only the most rare and beautiful wines will be poured including a $ 27, 755.90 bottle of 1990 La Romanee-Conti, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti.

Well, pish posh.

Peek the full menu below.

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Picthx VeryFirstTo



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  • yesno

    Not even organic. :

    • Nina Garcia

      hahaha

  • worstbest

    They should be ashamed for serving a nearly-extinct species. These kinds of “luxury” items push the notion that animals in need of protection are rare and therefore valuable to consume. Disgusting.

    • Jessica

      What nearly extint specias are you referring to ? If it is the caviar it is farm raised now.

      • Chris Domo-WRex Ou

        Pacific bluefin tuna also make the list — a species many wildlife activists say are as close to extinction as the white rhino.

        This was taken straight from the article you just “read”.

        • Jessica

          From Wiki – Unlike the other bluefins (Atlantic and southern),[10][11] the Pacific bluefin tuna is not listed as threatened by the IUCN.[1] Overfishing is occurring in the Pacific bluefin, but overall the stock is not in an overfished condition.[12] I

  • Bhig Bhad Wolf

    What a PIG. Nothing says I am an empty shell of a douche bag than eating an endangered species into extinction.

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