Most Expensive Hamburgers in the World

The hamburger is undoubtedly the signature fast food item, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a nice, gourmet hamburger. For those with money to blow, there are some very pricey—and hopefully very tasty—burgers available.

This is a collection of world’s most expensive hamburgers.

 FleurBurger 5000 – around $75

Renowned chef Hubert Keller’s FleurBurger 5000, named no doubt for its price tag, and is the most expensive hamburger in the world. The burger itself is made of Kobe beef. You could, then, move on to the foie gras—that’s duck or goose liver—and black truffles with which the burger is topped.

The burger is served on a brioche truffle bun and is garnished with a sauce containing even more truffles. It could be the bottle of Chateau Pétrus 1990 and Ichendorf Brunello stemware, specially imported from Italy, that you get to take home. The FleurBurger is available at Fleur de Lys, a traditional French restaurant located in Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. They’ll even mail a certificate to your home just to prove that you ate the world’s most expensive hamburger.

The Tri-Beef Burger – $125

One expensive burger was created in 2006 at the Old Homestead Steakhouse in Boca Raton, Florida. Called the Tri-Beef Burger, this is made of a blend of three different kinds of beef—American Prime, Japanese Wagyu and Argentine beef. The hamburger is served with signature Chipotle ketchup made with truffles and champagne.

The Richard Nouveau Burger $175

The Richard Nouveau is a more recent entry into the most expensive burger hall of fame.  The ten-ounce Kobe beef burger is topped with black truffles, seared foie gras, aged Gruyere cheese, wild mushrooms and flakes of gold leaf. Like the Fleurburger, it’s also served on a brioche bun.

Burger King’s The Burger – about $186

Hot on the heels of Wall Street Burger, surprisingly enough is Burger King. Simply called “The Burger,” this costly hamburger is available only at a West London branch of the restaurant. The world’s most expensive hamburger is made, as usual, with Wagyu beef. It is also decked with white truffles, onion tempura prepared in Cristal champagne and some of Spain’s finest Pata Negra ham. All of this is presented in an Iranian saffron and truffle bun.

Hamburger of Spago – $22

A restaurant at Spago in Beverly Hills, California is managed by a chef named Wolfgang Puck, and Wolfgang is a burger lovers. Burgers with cheddar cheese, grilled onions plus garlic aioli. That’s gonna make your mouth waters with envy.

Kobe Sliders – $28

Kobe Beef sliders are the miniature version of some of the best burgers you will ever have. This Kobe beef is from domestic Waygu. Heir intricately marbled beef is legendary and the result of careful breeding and a highly regimented diet. That marbling creates beef that is the most tender, juicy, and flavorful available.

Rossini Burger – $60

The Burger Bar in Las Vegas is a pretty casual hangout. Rossini Burger, created by Hubert Keller, owner of the Burger Bar is made of Kobe beef with truffle sauce (kind of mushroom) and foie gras (typical goose liver of France) is flanked by a pair of garlic bread with so tasty.

 Grand Burger – $100

This burger is served at McGuire’s Irish Pub in Pensacola, Florida. This burger is a little different. Made from fresh mignon filet meat, but not only that makes it special, other than meat, this burger is also filled lettuce, tomatoes and onions, but, there is another addition! Caviar! Also, if you are ordering food, the Grand Burger will be presented with special Champagne: Moet & Chandon White Star Champagne.