7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

Fast food is popular for all the obvious reasons. It’s quick, it’s easy, it doesn’t require cooking, and it’s available nearly 24/7.

Fast food has been a go-to place by almost everyone because it’s tasty, it’s filling, and most of all it’s cheap. But while fast food once meant budget prices, that’s not necessarily the case with every offering.

Here are 7 fast food items that only rich people can afford.

7. Kobe-Philly Cheesesteak

7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

The menu at Barclay Prime in Philadelphia boasts luxurious ingredients you would expect of a high-end steakhouse: wagyu ribeye, foie gras, and truffled cheese.

What you might not expect is that those ingredients are used in the restaurant’s Philly cheesesteak.

Price: $120

6. Junni Ban

7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

The Junni Ban comes with butter Teriyaki grilled onions, Maitake mushrooms, Wagyu beef, foie gras, shaved black truffles, caviar, and Japanese mayonnaise. It has been created by Japanese fusion food experts Tokyo Dog.

The world’s most expensive hot dog can be found at a food truck in Seattle.

Price $169

5. Quintessential Grilled Cheese

7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

The Quintessential Grilled Cheese was created by the extravagant chefs at New York’s Serendipity 3 for National Sandwich Day.

This ultimate luxury sandwich starts with French Pullman bread infused with Dom Perignon champagne and 24 karat gold flakes. The bread is then buttered with a white truffle spread.

Inside, you’ve got layers of Caciocavallo Podolico Cheese, a rare Italian made from the milk of free-ranging cows fed a highly aromatic diet of fennel grasses and wild strawberries. After it’s been grilled to ooey-gooey perfection, the edges of the sandwich are dipped in gold leaf, which is actually edible in its purest form.

Price: $214

4. Bellissima Pizza

7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

Nino Selimaj, the owner of Nino’s Bellissima Pizza, came up with the idea for this expensive pizza in 2007, after spending a whole year just researching for the ingredients. In the end, he settled on a creme fraiche base, four types of caviar, sliced lobster tail, salmon roe, and some wasabi.

Each $250 slice contains a different kind of caviar and while Selimaj admits his gourmet creation isn’t for everyone, he says there are plenty of people who can afford it.

Price: $1,000

3. Golden Opulence Sundae

7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

Visitors to New York City’s famed Serendipity 3 typically opt for its popular frozen hot chocolate. But the ultra-rich can afford this luxurious dessert, which must be ordered at least 48 hours in advance.

The Golden Opulence Sundae comes complete with three scoops of Tahitian vanilla ice cream covered in 23-karat gold leaf, as well as almonds, caviar, and a sugar-forged orchid that takes eight hours to build. The dish is served in a $350 Baccarat crystal goblet lined with more 23-karat gold leaf, with an 18-karat gold spoon on the side.

The sundae features only the highest quality ingredients, including expensive chocolate from Tuscany, vanilla beans imported from Madagascar, and the candied fruit on top comes from Paris.

Price: $1,000

2. Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata

7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

Diners at Norma’s in Le Parker Meridien hotel can now order the Zillion Dollar Frittada, a Spanish omelet for those with expensive taste.

It has been named as the world’s most expensive omelet because it is made with six eggs, 10 ounces of exclusive sevruga caviar (it costs the restaurant $65 per ounce), an entire lobster, cream, and chives.

Price: $1,000

1. The Glamburger

7 Fast Food Items Only Rich People Can Afford

Launched at Honky Tonk, the “world’s most expensive burger” contains a lot of high-end ingredients: Kobe Wagyu beef, New Zealand venison, Canadian lobster, maple syrup-coated bacon, black truffle brie, beluga caviar, and a hickory smoked duck egg. They are stacked between a gold leaf coated brioche bun that is laced with Japanese matcha and cream mayonnaise, garnished with mango and champagne jus, and sprinkled with grated white truffle.

Price: $1770

It is worth noting that not only the Glamburger cost you almost $2,000, it also has 2,618 calories.