Pricey pizza costs $2,000 of hard-earned 'dough'

October 05, 2017 11:07 AM

NEW YORK CITY - The most expensive pizza in the world is covered in gold and costs $2,000.

You can get it at Industry Kitchen, a restaurant in southern Manhattan, just steps away from Wall Street.

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The 12-inch pie costs $2,000 and the chef won't say how many he's sold so far.

Each precious pizza must be ordered two days in advance, so Chef Braulio Bunay can import the high-end ingredients from around the world!

The dough is made with flour from Italy, squid ink from India and sprinkled with gold flakes from Equador.

The pizza also has white stilton cheese from England and foie gras flown in from France.

The chef also adds 300 bills worth of black truffles, edible 24 karat gold tape from Germany and plenty of exotic Osetra caviar flown in from the Caspian Sea. Just one ounce can go for over $100.

The final touch is rose petals.

It’s a true slice of heaven for pizza lovers who are just “rolling in dough.”


WNYT Staff

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