Take a look at these $17,000 diamond-studded chopsticks that you can take home after a pricey dinner


While $ 2 million can fetch you the priciest watch of all or that envious designer bag, some may well like to spend it on an 18 course luxury meal. Yes, you read that right! Giving luxury dining an exciting new turn, Singapore’s Ce La Vi restaurant has curated a unique dining experience for guests that will cost them a fortune (quite literally).

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This fine-dine can be enjoyed by the guests on the rooftop of Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands costing them $ 2 million for exceptional gastronomic luxury with a breath taking panoramic views of the city skyline. For such a heavy blow on their pockets, the customers will well be assured a full worth for their money as they will be offered two pairs of $17,000 diamond-studded chopsticks and 2-carat blue diamond ring ( in collaboration with World of Diamonds group) as a take away gift! So exquisite are the gold plated chopsticks, that guests will be handed leather hand gloves to avoid scratches or finger prints on them. The chopsticks along with the stunning diamond ring (named after famed actress, Jane Seymour) will be presented to the guests with 10,000 roses, a towering croquembouche dessert and a Louis XIII de Rémy Martin cognac at the very end of the meal.
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While these may well be the highlights of the meal, there are many more offerings that make this ‘the world’s most expensive dining experience’. The lucky couple who will be chosen by Ce La Vi and the World of Diamonds group will be escorted to the venue by a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce and a luxury cruise and will exclusively get to dine at the restaurant which will remain closed to others for the night. Notching things further, the guests will be seated on custom made furniture and will get to witness grand fireworks at the end of the meal. If anything, the lucky few who will enjoy this decadent extravagance are certain to never look at luxury dining the same way again!

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