This expensive food infographic offers "a truly opulent culinary experience." If consumed, the featured items would cost more than the average person's annual income.
The feast begins with the most important meal of the day: Breakfast. The offerings include first-harvest Brisbane mangoes, retailing at $4,200 each, and a decadent lobster fritatta for a more modest $1,000. For lunch, you can indulge in one of the most elite steaks, the $2,800 Wagyu rib-eye hailing from Japan, a $5,000 Pho soup or rare Iranian caviar that will set you back $25,000. Come dinnertime, you can satiate your appetite with sushi wrapped in 24-karat leaves and a 7-kg ham that comes equipped with its own DNA certificate.
And you better hope you're not the one footing the bill on this one: the day's worth of meals comes to a whopping $95, 065!