Here’s how much the world’s most expensive french fries cost

These fries are made with chipperbec potatoes, which are grown specifically for making chips and french fries

If you are a fan of french fries and do not mind spending a fortune on them, you might like to visit the Serendipity 3 restaurant in New York, which serves some of the world’s costliest dishes. Situated in Manhattan, Serendipity 3 was founded in 1954 and has also served as the shooting location for a few films including the 2001 romantic comedy Serendipity. Among several ridiculously expensive items on the restaurant’s menu is a plate of french fries, which has been declared as the world’s costliest fries by Guinness Records.

 

Known as Crème dela Crème Pommes Frites, the fries consist of a few very high-priced ingredients. According to the Guinness website, the fries are made with chipperbec potatoes, which are grown specifically for use in chips and french fries.

 

Vintage 2006 dom perignon champagne, LeBlanc French champagne ardenne vinegar, pure cage-free goose fat from France, guerande truffle salt, crete senesi pecorino tartufello cheese, truffle butter, and organic A2 100% grass-fed cream from Jersey cows are among the other ingredients are used to make the fries. The dish is also topped with 23k edible gold dust.

 

The fries are priced at $200 (Rs 15,886), and are coming back to the restaurant’s menu this July 13 to celebrate National French Fry Day.