What would you want to savor in a opulent three course meal? Well, kebabs, egg rolls, maybe even a soup for starters; pizzas, for main course finished with DeLafée’s Chocolate, Frrrozen Haute Chocolate, ice cream sundae, some cake or pudding for dessert; and some wine to go with it? Or hot dogs, burgers, rice pancakes, or schnitzels for a quick bite maybe? Well, if the main course options don’t excite you too much, or prefer sausages and mashed potatoes in a exquisite twist, then two Michelin starred L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, London is serving just that! Priced at £75 ($120), the head chef Olivier Limousin, has come up with the world’s most expensive sausages and mash, which consists of “gourmet sausages served on a bed of pureed Desiree potatoes and butter, mixed with 10 grams of black truffle”.
The ‘deconstructed’ Iberico pork sausages made from pigs fed acorns, wild thyme, rosemary and mushrooms has been braised in 16-year-old vintage Bordeaux for the added flavor. Despite the steep pricing, the dish has sold over 10 million times a week a figure which will grow manifolds as the dish features in the Potato Week menu of the Potato Council.