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Koa Eatery Serves Ramen Noodle Dishes Decorated with Edible Gold Leaf

 - May 14, 2016
References: koanyc & eater
Koa is an Asian cuisine restaurant located in Manhattan that offers one of the most expensive ramen dishes to-date that is served with top of the line ingredients and a luxe gold leaf finish. The meal costs $180 USD and is truly an opulent experience for cult foodies to enjoy.

The ramen bowl is coveted as the world's most expensive noodle dish and features an array of high quality and opulent ingredients to match the price tag. The meal contains top-of-the-line Wagyu beef, shaved truffles and an edible gold flakes. The dish is a divergent take on the traditional noodle soup, that is often known as one of the most affordable meals across the globe. The upscale take adds opulence and sophistication to the fast casual food.