The Most Expensive
When you step inside a fancy restaurant, you can expect to leave with a lot less money than you came with. However, there are some dishes that even the most wealthy patrons thinking twice before ordering. I present to you, the 5 most expensive meals in America.

1) Fleur Burger 5000

City: Las Vegas
Restaurant: Fleur
Cost: $5,000

The most expensive restaurant dish in America can be found in Las Vegas, served at Fleur by Hubert Keller. This $5,000 burger starts with real wagyu beef and is topped with foie gras and truffles. The burger is paired nicely with a bottle of 1995 Chateau Petrus.

2) Golden Opulence Sundae

City: New York & Las Vegas
Restaurant: Serendipity 3
Cost: $1,000

Listed by Guinness as the world’s most expensive sundae, the Golden Opulence is by no means your normal ice cream dish. This sundae includes three scoops of Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream infused with Madagascar vanilla and cover in 23-karat gold leaf; chocolate syrup made with Amedei Porcelana, one of the world’s most expensive chocolates; chunks of rare Venezuelan Chuao chocolate; candied fruits from Paris; gold-covered almonds; chocolate truffles; marzipan cherries; a small bowl of unsalted caviar infused with passion fruit, orange, and Armagnac; and a whole lot of edible gold leaf.

3) Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata

City: New York
Restaurant: Norma’s
Cost: $1,000

Norma is one of the most popular breakfast spots in all of New York. This is where you will find the Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata, the world’s most expensive egg dish. Launched in 2004, the frittata contains six eggs and the meat of an entire lobster. It is then topped with an isnae 10 ounces of Sevruga caviar. The delicious dish will cost you $1000; the menu actually dares customers to expense the frittata.

4) 777 Burger

City: Las Vegas
Restaurant: Le Burger Brasserie
Cost: $777

When you see $777 on your bill, it does not mean that you just got lucky at the slots, it means you just ate one expensive burger at Le Burger Brasserie in Caesars Palace. The 777 Burger is made with high-grade beef and topped with pancetta, goat cheese, seared foie gras, arugula, Maine lobster, and 100 year-aged balsamic vinegar. Your burger will be accompanied by a salad and bottle of Dom Perignon Rosé.

5) 12-Ounce Japanese Kobe Steak

City: New York
Restaurant: Old Homestead Steakhouse
Cost: $350

The Meatpacking District in New York City is home to one fine piece of Kobe beef. At Old Homestead Steakhouse, you can either sample a six-ounce portion of true kobe beef for $175 or turn it into a full meal and order the 12-ounce steak for $350. There is no question that you will want to savor every last bite.

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