If this Valentine’s Day packages -“Once in a Lifetime” at the Sutton Place Hotel, worth $50,000 or “Capital Engagement” at Capella Washington, D.C., priced at $777,777 are too much for you, you should consider a bit cheaper offering. Although it’s not package, but for $100,000 you’ll get the most romantic and the most expensive Valentine’s Day Dinner. This eight-course meal is presented by culinary website GreatBritishChefs along with VeryFirstTo. Luxury dinner will be prepared by non-other-than Michelin-starred British Chef Adam Simmonds.
Described by VeryFirstTo as “aphrodisiac-infused culinary experience”, the gourmet treat will be cooked up at the home of the person who buys this extravagant dinner. And on the menu will be everything you can and can’t imagine. From Native Oysters with Almus White Caviar, Confit Foie Gras and Smoked Eel, Rissotto with Carabineros Prawns, Saffron and Gold Leaf, Wagyu Beef, Fermented Celeriac, Hops and Silver Leaf, to Vanilla and Smoked Chocolate with Kopi Luwak (world’s most expensive coffee) Ice Cream. To complete this unique experience, there are the rarest and most beautiful wines and Champagnes. Corney & Barrow took care for wine list which cost around $50,000 and includes rare wines such as a 1990 La Romanee-Conti, Domain de la Romanee-Conti ($27,700) and a very special 1959 Salon Blanc de Blancs ($5,800).
This lavish dinner is available at VeryFirstTo until February 11th. The proceeds of the sale, £1,000 (approx. $1,700) will be donate to the Prince’s Trust.