You Won't Believe What's on This $100,000 Valentine's Day Menu

Who says money can't buy you love?

Got some extra cash to spare? Show your loved one how much you really care with what must be one of the most expensive (THE most expensive?) Valentine’s dinners of all time.

Great British Chefs has teamed up with luxury site Very First To in offering an unbelievably extravagant in-home dining experience. For £61,000 (about $100,000) Michelin-starred chef Adam Simmonds will come to your home and prepare an aphrodisiac-centric 8-course meal complete with concoctions like oysters with South Sea Pearls and white caviar; risotto with saffron, gold leaf and Carabineros prawns; Perigord truffle salad with truffle honey; and Wagyu beef with hops and silver leaf served over dry ice.

Dessert? That would be Mast Brothers smoked chocolate and ice cream made from kopi luwak, the notorious, much-coveted, incredibly expensive Indonesian coffee harvested with the, um, assistance of civet cats.

Dishes are paired with rare wines, including a £17,000 bottle of 1990 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti. The meal comes complete with a romantic poet, a dozen white doves, a live harpist and rose petals. Unfortunately, if you live outside of the Greater London area, travel and accommodation cost extra.

But if you’re spending $100K on dinner, really, what’s a few extra bucks?


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