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Rich Culinary Discoveries: Presenting the Most Expensive Foods In India!

Calender02 May 2017

Most Expensive Foods In India

India is a land of surprises. From a roadside vadapav that costs close to nothing to a gold plated dosa, we Indians have the hunger for everything. If you are foodie and you're loaded with cash, head to one of these restaurants for the most valuable meal in the country. Go Check out.

Rajbhog, Bangalore - Gold-plated Dosa For 1,011 Rupees

Rajbhog, Bangalore

A decent Dosa would cost you anything between 50 to 120 bucks, but at Rajbhog in Bangalore they serve something really huge. Decorated with 24 k gold vark, this dosa is a true delight and is rightly served in a silver platter along with a tumbler of coconut water.

Qube at the Leela Palace Hotel, Delhi - a 13-inch pizza for 9,999 Rupees

Qube at the Leela Palace Hotel, Delhi
This famous pizza is topped with a lobster picked from Canada, thyme –scented mascarpone and the small amount of Iranian Beluga Caviar. This food delicacy is specially made and is presented to the guests by the chef himself. One gets to enjoy the pizza with a Grey Goose Vodka, which is supposed to increase the flavor of the lobster.

Anarkali, Hyderabad - 6,000 Rupees for a portion of butter chicken

Anarkali, Hyderabad
This is a special dish whose recipe has taken around 8 years to perfect. Anarkali’s butter chicken is garnished with black olives and coriander and is prepared by using expensive Evian spring water. The dish is packed in a Borosil glass container so that the flavour of the dish remains intact. Go discover this experience now. Book your flights to Hyderabad and enjoy this pricy delight.

Le Cirque at the Leela Palace Hotel, Delhi - 130$ for a steak

Le Cirque at the Leela Palace Hotel, Delhi
Bistecca ‘alla Fiorentina’ is considered as one of the most expensive restaurants where they serve the Grilled Angus T-bone steak- one of the most celebrated dishes of the restaurant at the cost of Rs. 8,000 Only. The dish is served along the creamed spinach, potatoes and black pepper.

Wasabi at Taj, Delhi

Wasabi at Taj, Delhi
The grand restaurant, located in the famous Taj offers the best of Japanese cuisines and charges very premium amount for this. The Chef’s tasting menu of the restaurant is a nine course meal which includes Kobe steak and oysters, that are a true delights and the major reason for its hefty price.

Vetro by Oberoi, Mumbai

The Gravity Defying Palace at Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
A rack of Lamb at Vetro in Oberoi, Mumbai is charged at Rs 4000 because it’s one of the most expensive ingredients imported into India for its elite experts. Even the restaurant looks lavish and offer other dishes on the menu at the same price.

Zanotta at Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon

Zanotta at Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon
The restaurant offers 36 course brunch menu which is a delicious experience and heavy on the pocket too. Adorned with chic interiors and peaceful ambience, one can enjoy the exquisite fare on offer along with an interactive kitchen.

Cognac - Library Bar at Leela Palace, Delhi

Cognac - Library Bar at Leela Palace, Delhi
Remi Martin Louis XIII Black Pearl, which is only 50 available all over the world itself costs Rs 14.5 lakh and a 30 ml peg of Cognac costs around Rs 1.5 lakhs. Yes, you heard us right.

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