Dutch Restaurant Creates World's Most Expensive Burger That Costs A Sizzling €5k

The world's most expensive burger has been created in the Netherlands. Created by Dutch restaurateur Robert Jan de Veen of De Daltons Diner in Voorthuizen ultra-luxurious burger 'The Golden Boy' costs a sizzling €5,000.The burger is presented on a platter of whiskey-infused smoke and loaded with premium ingredients, including A5 wagyu beef, king crab, beluga caviar, vintage iberico jamón, smoked duck egg mayo, white truffle, kopi luwak coffee bbq sauce, pickled tiger tomato in Japanese matcha tea, and dom perignon infused gold-coated buns. “The ingredients complement each other very well and the flavours are intense," says creator Robbert. This week, the burger and record attempt were officially validated and approved by the Guinness World Records. The previous record for the most expensive hamburger was set in 2011 by a restaurant in Oregon, USA. The burger had a price tag of $5964 (€4200) and weighed 352.44 KG (777 LB). To enjoy the burger at De Daltons, guests must book two weeks in advance and submit a deposit of €750. The first edition of the 'Golden Boy' was sold on 28th of June, 2021. Every €5,000 spent on the burger is donated in full to a local food bank.

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