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THE MOST EXPENSIVE MEAL IN THE WORLD

THE MOST EXPENSIVE MEAL IN THE WORLD

AN OVER THE TOP MEAL FOR WHEN MONEY IS NOT A WORRY

DRINK EAT EXPLORE PARTY – High Roller Bangkok Dining

THE MOST EXPENSIVE MEAL IN THE WORLD – DOME AT SIROCCO LEBUA STATE TOWER

WHERE

The Dome at Lebua 63rd floor

1055/42 Silom Road, BANGKOK

PRICE

1 Million Thai Baht ($30,000USD) per person for this one-off meal – before wine, tax and tip.

500,000 Thai Baht ($15,000USD) per night rental of the entire Dome space at top of Lebua Sky Bar for a private party.

 

If you think Thailand is all cheap and cheerful, think again…

The Dome Restaurant in Bankok, Thailand served up what was billed as the most expensive meal ever (in 2007). It is alleged to have never been topped.

CHEFS

Six chefs who prepared this expensive meal were flown in from France, Germany and Italy.

Similarly, the finest of ingredients they used were sourced from all over the world. The guest-list, it was made up of 15 people, mostly real estate and gaming business moguls from across Asia and the United States, presumably with very deep pockets.

The expensive meal’s wine list certainly fit the bill. It was estimated that the wines selected have an estimated cost of around $200,000 and included a rare Rothschild estate wine. Big name champagne varieties of the likes of Krug, Cristal and Dom Perignon were all available.

MENU

The Menu for the World’s most expensive meal
(as reported in Britain’s Guardian newspaper)
  • Crème brûlée of foie gras with Tonga beans
Alain Soliveres (chef)
1990 Louis Roederer Cristal
  • Tartar of Kobe beef with Imperial Beluga caviar and Belons oyster
Antoine Westermann
1995 Krug Clos du Mesnil
  • Mousseline of pattes rouges crayfish with morel mushroom infusion
Alain Soliveres
2000 Corton-Charlemagne, Domaine Jean Francois Coche-Dury
  • Tarte Fine with scallops and black truffle
Antoine Westermann
1996 Le Montrachet, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti
  • Lobster Osso Buczco
Jean-Michel Lorain
1985 Romanée-Conti, Domaine de la Romanace-Conti
  • Ravioli with guinea fowl and burrata cheese, veal reduction
Annie Feolde
1961 Chateau Palmer
  • Saddle of lamb
Marc Meneau
1959 Chateau Mouton Rothschild Sorbet “Dom Pérignon”
  • Supreme of pigeon en croute with mushroom sauce and cipollotti
Heinz Winkler
1961 Chateau Haut-Brion
  • Veal cheeks with truffles
Heinz Winkler
1955 Chateau Latour
  • Imperial gingerbread pyramid with caramel and salted butter ice-cream
Jean-Michel Lorain
1967 Chateau d’Yquem

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4 comments

  1. Omg, I don’t know if this is ridiculous or amazing… The menu sounds incredible, but you’d have to starve yourself for a few days beforehand to make the most of it! Also, I would never have expected the world’s most expensive dinner to have been in Bangkok!

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  2. I wonder if they would be able to do such a thing if this hotel was not shown on Hangover?

  3. Very good point Harvie! Classic movie though…

  4. The Dome must be one of the most over-rated places on Earth. Plus the main attraction, BKK’s skyline, is not nearly up there with the likes of NYC and Shanghai.

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