Food - Drink
What’s Actually In The World’s Most Luxurious French Fries
They say money can't buy happiness, but it sure can buy some of the world's most expensive food, like $25,000 ice cream, $12,000 pizza, a $25,000 taco, and $2,000 lobster frittata. If you’re in the mood for something smaller, cheaper, and still luxurious, you can try the $200 Crème de la Crème Pommes Frites at Serendipity 3 in NYC.
The Crème de le Crème Pommes Frites at Serendipity 3 is the most expensive plate of french fries available for purchase at a restaurant. The dish is made by blanching Upstate Chipperbeck potatoes in Dom Perignon Champagne and J. LeBlanc French Champagne Ardenne Vinegar, before cooking them in goose fat and adding over-the-top toppings.
The fries are coated in Urbani summer truffle oil and Guerande truffle salt, topped with shaved truffle, edible gold dust, and Crete Senesi Pecorino Tartufello cheese, and served on a Baccarat crystal Arabesque plate. The fries are paired with Serendipity 3's Mornay dipping sauce, a thick and creamy fondue made with raclette cheese.