This New York restaurant offers a $2,000 pizza topped with 24-karat gold

Creation inspired by city's financial district, chef says

News Desk January 03, 2017

In between serving gorgeous steaks, a variety of sea food delicacies and enchanting desserts, New York restaurant Industry Kitchen now offers an exquisite kind of pizza.

The restaurant, set along East River, tops its 24-karat gold pizza with truffles and Fois Gras from France, imported white Stilton cheese, dollops of Ossetra caviar from the Caspian Sea – but the most precious ingredient is the gold flakes sprinkled on top.

Cut into eight slices, the pizza costs a whopping $2,000 with each slice costing an approximate $250. A bite out of this golden entry will cost you about $50.

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The man behind this intriguing idea, chief chef Braulio Bunay said he was inspired to create the exquisite dish by the city’s financial district – terming it "the epitome of decadence".


"The pizza is extremely rich - if you're in the mood for a lavish meal, this is the pizza for you," he said.

This article originally appeared in the Daily Mail.


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