15 Best, Most Delicious and Expensive Foods in the World

Who wouldn’t love eating – we could ask, and now let’ see what are the best, most delicious and expensive foods in the world? I was very curious about this topic, as I must confess I love fine meals! People have made an art out of wine and dine ritual. It is in human nature to constantly try to invent new sources of pleasure (in this case, gastronomic pleasures) and we have certainly crossed many borders in that attempt.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked four best, most delicious and expensive foods in the world.

The first one is Yubari King Melon. The price shown is the least you can pay for this specific melon type. Yubari King melons are a rare cantaloupe type grown only in Yubari, Japan. At a grocery shop, one can cost you up to $100. One pair was once auctioned in Japan for $26,000, and recently another pair beat the record with $28,000. Those who have tasted them claim they have the perfect ratio of sweetness and juiciness. Thes econd meal is Philly Cheesesteak. The price is the same as for the oyster, but there are more ingredients to it, and they are nothing but the top notch: Kobe beef, foie gras, truffles and fontina cheese. You can order it at South Florida’s Steak 954, and enjoy in one of the best, most delicious and expensive foods in the world. The third meal should be The Buddha Jumps Over the Wall Soup. At Kai Mayfair in London you can taste the most expensive soup in the world. Surely you thought nothing can beat the homemade chicken soup, but wait till you try this one. The original recipe contains originally sharks’ fin, abalone, Japanese flower mushroom, dried scallops, sea cucumber, huan ham, chicken, pork and ginseng. The shark’s fin is out of the question at the moment, but you still need to order it 5 days in advance. The last meal we are mentioning now is Albarragena Jamon Iberico De Bellota Ham. For all those meat-eaters out there, here is something special. The very best ham in the world. Just imagine having this for breakfast. Or lunch. Or supper. The secret lies in the fact that it was raised exclusively on acorns and roots to get that special flavor. Also, you get a DNA register to certify this is the real thing.

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