Patty is Kobe Wagyu beef and venison with a black truffle brie centre
The Glamburger was invented by London chef Chris Large
It is toppped with a mango and champagne jus and grated white truffle
If you fancy going for a burger after the pub, you’ll need deep pockets to afford this one – the world’s most expensive.
Stuffed with some of the world’s richest food, the Glamburger will set you back £1,100 pounds.
The burger patty is made from 220 grams of Kobe Wagyu beef minced with 60 grams of New Zealand venison to balance the fat content, and has a rich centre of black truffle brie, creating a liquid pocket once the meat has cooked.
It is then seasoned with smoked Himalayan salt and served with a Canadian lobster poached in Iranian saffron.
And if that isn’t enough, topping it all is maple syrup coated streaky bacon, Beluga caviar and a hickory smoked duck egg intricately covered in edible gold leaf.
The bun is seasoned with a Japanese matcha and cream mayonnaise and coated in gold leaf.
The finishing touches are a mango and champagne jus and grated white truffle.
On 2 October, the burger was certified by Record Setters as the most expensive in the world.
It is available from Honky Tonk restaurant in Chelsea and was created to celebrate Groupon’s five millionth food and drink voucher being sold.
It took three weeks to develop in the kitchens with Head Chef Chris Large, who experimented with various ingredients and methods before settling on his final recipe.
The burger has been specially created for the Groupon deal with one winner getting the chance to taste the exclusive dish for free.
Roy Blanga, Managing Director at Groupon UK said: ‘To celebrate selling our five millionth food and drink voucher, we’ve partnered with Honky Tonk restaurant to create the world’s most expensive burger for one lucky person.
‘A winner of one of our Local Stars awards, Honky Tonk has a reputation for offering some of the best burgers in London.
‘We’re committed to delivering new and exciting dining experiences for our customers, whether it’s your local fish and chip shop or a Michelin-starred restaurant.”
Head chef at Honky Tonk, Chris Large, said, ‘Creating the world’s most Expensive Burger for one lucky Groupon winner has been a great experience and I know, after sourcing the best possible ingredients to create this masterpiece, the winner will certainly have a dinner to remember.’