BBC Travel has compiled a list of the worlds most expensive dishes,and you should be a millionaire to be able to devour these foods.
At 3676 dirhams,or $957,the Golden Phoenix Cupcake made by Dubais Bloomsburys cafe is at the top of the list.
The worlds most expensive cupcake is made from 23-carat edible gold sheets,organic strawberries and plenty of edible gold dusting,News.com.au reported.
Those in Dubai can also drop in at the famous Burj Al Arab hotel and taste its famous ‘27.321’ cocktail. Costing 27,321 dirhams,or $7120,the drink is named after the hotel floor its served on and its height,and includes 55-year-old Macallan single malt natural colour whiskey from Scotland.
For people with sweet tooth,they can fly to New Yorks Serendipity 3 and treat themselves with Frrrozen Haute Chocolate,but then it will set you back $18,713 or $17,913.
This has 28 different kinds of cocoa and is also served with an 18-carat gold and diamond bracelet.
If you still find it expensive,try its Le Burger Extravagant made with Japanese waygu beef,infused with 10-herb white truffle butter,and only costing 293 dollars (US) or 280 dollars.
Others on the list include Sushi Del Oriente – nigiri sushi wrapped in 24-carat gold leaves and five 0.20-carat African diamonds – served up by celeb chef Angelito Araneta Jr of Karat Chef.
London also manages to make into the list,thanks to Kai Mayfair restaurants Buddha Jumps Over the Wall soup.
It cost just 108 pounds or 162 dollars,but its has more ingredients that others on the list with sharks fin,abalone,Japanese flower mushroom,sea cucumber,dried scallops,chicken,Hunan ham (a cured ham),pork and ginseng,according to BBC travel.
Aussies are not far behind. Australian fine wine Penfolds unveiled a red wine that will set you back just 168,000 dollars.
But you need to rush there,as there are only 12 of the 2004 Kalimna Block 42 cabernet sauvignon bottled.
While in the country,one can also try an extravagant meal by indulging in Silks braised abalone with webbing from ducks feet at a cost of 1380 dollars per kilogram at Crowns high-end Cantonese restaurant Silks in Melbourne.
Or the $425 caviar service at Astral restaurant,Sydney,which includes 50 grams of farmed sevruga with traditional garnishes and blini.