Complete with sprinkles of gold dust, one sandwich may just be the most expensive in the world.
British chef Martin Blunos unveiled his creation at the Frome Cheese Show in Somerset, England, last week, reported The Daily Mail. It features a cheddar cheese that is blended with white truffles; black heirloom tomatoes; fresh figs; red amaranth; and slices of quail egg. The sandwich is built with three slices of sourdough bread.
The sandwich is topped off with a sprinkle of gold dust.
"The gold leaf doesn't taste of anything, but it's a sort of cleanser," Blunos said to the BBC. "It cleanses the body."
The sandwich costs about 111 British pounds or $170. The high cost isn't the edible gold, though. It's the white truffle cheese, which costs 92 pounds or about $141 to make, according to The Guardian.
Blunos and cheesemaker Pilgrims Choice are seeking to have the sandwich recognized as the world's most expensive cheese sandwich by Guinness World Records.
For those who want to try something else, the World's Biggests blog lists other high-price dishes.
The world's most expensive bagel will cost you a cool thousand dollars. Chef Frank Tujague's bagel creation for New York's Westin Hotel is topped with white truffle cream cheese and goji berry-infused Riesling jelly with golden leaves.
Breakfast lovers may want to try the "Zillion Dollar Frittata," which also costs $1,000. It contains eggs, lobster and 10 ounces of sevruga caviar, which costs $65 per ounce.
Pizza lovers with a wad of cash may be interested in Domeico Crolla's "Pizza Royale 007" at a cost of $4,200. The 12-inch pizza packs lobster marinated in cognac, caviar soaked in champagne, sunblush tomato sauce, Scottish smoked salmon and more of the world's most expensive ingredients. It also comes with its own gold flakes.
And for chocolate lovers, the Metro lists the Frrrozen Haute Chocolate offered by Manhattan restaurant Serendipity 3. Considered the world's most expensive dessert by Guinness, it costs more than $24,000.