Pizza is undoubtedly great, but usually I don’t really want to spend more than about £10 on it, let alone $2000.
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However, there are people who are way more baller in this world than me, and that’s why the option to buy a $2000 pizza exists over at Industry Kitchen in the historic South Street Seaport in New York City. The pizza has the following toppings on it: edible gold flake, white stilton cheese, Ossetra caviar from the Caspian Sea, and truffles and Fois Gras from France.
The pizza is known as the 24K, yet surprisingly only costs $2000 (maybe should have called it the $2K, although I guess it’s because of the 24 carat gold). You do have to order it 48 hours in advance though to make sure that they have the ingredients in house. Or maybe just to discourage thieves from trying to rob the place and make off with all those expensive delicacies.
It’s also worth nothing how the 24K is featured on the menu. You know, just casually dropping it between a $20 salmon pizza and a $19 lasagna like it’s no big deal. No big deal whatsoever.
No news yet on if anyone has even bothered to order it, but if by chance anyone reading this decides to do so, please hit us up to let us know whether it was worth it. I’m betting it probably wasn’t, although it was most likely better than the previous world’s most expensive pizza, because that sounded like absolute dogshit.