The World’s Most Expensive Hamburger

Beef hacked off the side of a holy Japanese cow. Mushrooms decried in the wild by the quivering snout of a trained French pig. A single slice of cheese congealed from the lactations of an angel’s snowy breasts.

Meet the most expensive hamburger in the world, sold at the Boca Raton Old Homestead Steakhouse for $124.50 each. The restaurant donates 10 bucks from each sale to the Make-A-Wish foundation. Gee, how generous.

Looking at the full list of ingredients, sure, it does look prestigious and swell. But I can’t be the only one who looks at the picture above and finds their mouth’s loins a quiver for a three buck Wendy’s Bacon Double Cheeseburger.

Fla. Restaurant Sells $100 Hamburger [AP]

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  1. Jimmy M says:

    A local grocery store here (Tucson,AZ) sells Kobe Beef Burgers and ground Kobe beef for slightly more than regular ground beef.

    I’m to believe that ground Kobe is not that much better as far as quality it would seem based upon the price.

    Now the steaks… mmmm… steak.

  2. Nilla says:

    A positive bargain compared to the £85 ($155 at current exchange rate) Wagyu beef sandwich on sale at Selfridges in London!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4894952.stm

  3. John says:

    You have loins in your mouth?! @_@

  4. homerjay says:

    Whats all that green crap all over the top of the bun? Clover?

  5. Elvisisdead says:

    And a relative bargain when compared to the $1K omelette at the Le Parker Meridien.