If you're staggering home after a late night down the pub, we'd recommend you give this particular kebab a wide berth.
Not because there's anything wrong with it. But with a whopping £750 price tag, you'll probably want to savour every bite (or at least remember eating it in the first place).
Why does it cost so much? Well, the makers of the "King of Kebabs" insist it's because they use only the finest ingredients, which include milk-fed lamb from the Pyrenees, champagne-infused mint and cucumber yoghurt and even an edible gold leaf garnish.
Quite different from your traditional late-night kebab, then.
While we wonder whether any fast food is worth such a fee, there's no question that it's the world's most expensive kebab.
In case you're wondering, it was developed by Food Network UK to mark the launch of their show The Great Food Truck Race.
why do people moan about rich people spending money?...so if you where a millionaire you would give it all to other people?...you wouldn't spend it on your self?...yeh right...you wouldn't and you no it....
...also they spend more...20% of that goes on tax...so its helping more then it just sitting in there bank aint it
You cant whack loads of diamonds on something and state "this is the most expensive ....."
A cake in the shape of Africa, costing 2.7m, south africa encrusted with diamonds, it disgusting and the people of Africa will never see that amount of money, ever.......................
I tell you what, no matter what your politics, left, right or centre, the old saying still holds true:
A total prat and his money are soon parted!
Clearly, this lot have more dosh than brain cells.
This just sums up the sickness of capitalism
Roll on the socialist revolution!
I see the global financial crisis doesn't seem to be affecting the rich much. At what point do we stop drawing lines between countries and start holding the greedy accountable for the millions they waste.
Money is finite, the more they have - the less you and I have. And, they have so much more than you and I could ever earn.
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