New York restaurant serves ‘world’s most expensive fries’ for Rs 15,250

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While most restaurants around the world are still feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, a restaurant in New York came up with a new business idea and created ‘Crème de la Crème Pommes Frites’ – the ‘fastest French fries’. most expensive in the world.

Restaurant Serendipity3 has developed the “most expensive fries in the world” which cost $200 (Rs 15,250). It was recognized by Guinness World Records as “the most expensive french fries” in 2021.

Guinness World Records

Guinness recently released a video showing competitive eater Kevin Thomas Strahle trying the fries at the upscale restaurant.

The video garnered over 3.6 lakh views after being posted on Tuesday.

What makes “Crème de la Crème Pommes Frites” so expensive?

The fries start out as Chipperbec potatoes. They are blanched with vinegar and champagne. Then they fry in pure goose fat, not oil, and not once but twice, so they’re crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

It also contains Guérande truffle salt, truffle oil, Crete Senesi Pecorino Tartufello cheese, black summer truffle shavings from Italy, truffle butter, 100% organic A2 cream fed with grass from Jersey cows, aged Swiss truffled Gruyere and that’s the few imports… a 23 karat edible gold dust trim.

However, these fries don’t even match the astonishing price of the “most expensive burger in the world”.

Last year, a Dutch chef made the “most expensive burger in the world” containing Beluga Caviar, priced at Rs 4.4 lakh.

The burger, made by Robbert Jan de Veen of restaurant ‘de Daltons’, was sold to Dutch conglomerate Remia International on June 28 and its proceeds were donated to a non-profit organization that helps food banks in the Netherlands, Esquire Middle East reported.

According to official site From dinner, the burger bun contains gold leaf, while it includes white truffle, king crab, beluga caviar, duck egg mayonnaise and Dom Pérignon champagne.

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