Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

• Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

Chef Diego Buick from the Netherlands has created for fans with money and love of luxury most expensive burger in the world, which is worth a whopping 2000 euros.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

Hamburger, entered the Guinness Book of Records, it contains some of the most luxurious ingredients that money can buy, including lobster, caviar, foie gras and truffles.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

cutlet of beef in the hamburger is a precious mixture containing the world's most expensive steak - Japanese Wagyu dry ripening, as well as a luxurious steak Black Angus.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

Lobsters gin soaked Hermit - Dutch Coastal Gin, while the other components include a simpler cheese Remeker, Japanese fruit tomatoes and expensive Iberian ham.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

The sauce hamburger prepared using lobster and a variety of other high-quality ingredients that read like a list of gourmet dreams Number: Jamaican Coffee Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, Madagascan vanilla, saffron and Japanese soy.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

On top of everything else hamburger bun (costing 120 Euros separately) is coated with 24-carat gold leaf.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

An ambitious chef South of Houston restaurants in The Hague Diego Buick says that made such an expensive hamburger in order to get into the Guinness Book of Records.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

In his previous job, he created 100 different kinds of hamburgers sold in 6 months more than 15 thousand units of such products. But this time he wanted to try to do something truly extraordinary to celebrate the International Day of the hamburger, which is celebrated on 28 May.

Luxury burger worth 2,000 euros

In this case himself Buick, whose love for hamburgers stems from its two-year work in London's Soho House, said that it is very expensive product, although tasty, but not the best he had ever tasted. According to Diego, the most delicious in his life was a humble hamburger costing only 14 pounds, which he ate in Byron restaurant in the UK.