An iconic NYC restaurant is serving the world's most expensive fries, complete with edible gold dust and Champagne
- You can buy the most expensive
French friesin the world at Serendipity3 in New York City.
- The $200 Creme de le Creme Pommes Frites just set a new Guinness World
- It features Dom Pérignon Champagne, 23-karat edible gold dust, and a whole lot of truffles.
What goes into creating the most
These are just a few of the ingredients you'll find in the Creme de le Creme Pommes Frites, a new $200 dish at the iconic New York City restaurant Serendipity3.
The restaurant just set a new Guinness World Record for crafting the most expensive fries in honor of National French Fry Day on Tuesday, and now the dish is available to anyone willing to splurge.
Chef Joe Calderone, Serendipity3's creative director, and Frederick Schoen-Kiewert, the restaurant's corporate executive chef, are behind the extravagant fries.
The luxurious dish is made with high-quality potatoes, which have been blanched in Dom Pérignon Champagne and J. LeBlanc French Champagne Ardenne Vinegar. The fries have also been cooked with pure goose fat from southwest France, and are seasoned with Guerande
But that's just the beginning. The fries are also tossed in truffle oil and topped with shaved Pecorino Tartufello cheese, which is dotted with black truffles. They also feature shaved black summer truffles from Italy and are served with a Mornay sauce that includes black truffle butter and Gruyère truffled Swiss cheese.
The fries are then served on a crystal plate and sprinkled with 23-karat edible gold dust.
This isn't the first time Serendipity3, home of the famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, has nabbed a Guinness World Record.
The restaurant, which recently reopened after a year of renovations, also holds the titles for the most expensive milkshake, most expensive sandwich, and most expensive dessert.
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