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Try the World’s Most Expensive Indian Menu

This 15-course meal off the “Gold at Swarna” menu at the Jumeirah Vittaveli in the Maldives is $2,000

In the latest for *meals you simply will not forget* stunning Maldivian resort Jumeirah Vittaveli will celebrate the two-year anniversary of their Indian restaurant Swarna with the world’s most expensive Indian menu: a 15-course meal priced at $2,000. Yes really. Oh and also: every course of the “Gold at Swarna” menu is littered with edible gold—it’s an essential ingredient of each dish.

Khad Ka Khargosh dish at Swarna / Image Courtesy of the Jumeirah Vittaveli

Khad Ka Khargosh dish at Swarna
Image Courtesy of the Jumeirah Vittaveli

Guests who purchase this multi-course meal will be outfitted in traditional Indian attire and will be picked up at their villa by a royal escort. Upon arrival to the restaurant, Chef de Cuisine Bharat Kapoor or “spicewala” will personally explain how he chose the combination of flavors for each dish. Menu highlights include a blood orange soup with gold coated Himalayan pink salt and a rose gold coated lamb patty served over bread from the inverted grill (which has been touched with gold, of course).

Main Image: Sunahare Moti dish / Image Courtesy of the Jumeirah Vittaveli

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