$2 million for a dinner? Sounds incredible, but meal at Singapore’s Ce La Vi restaurant has been dubbed as the most expensive meal in the world. And here is what you can expect for that fortune? Beside an 18-course menu that will include caviar, oysters and pigeon paired with a range of expensive wines and champagnes, on the rooftop of Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands the guests wil get much more extravagant and expensive gifts.
The couple would be tucking into their meal with personalised diamond studded chopsticks worth $17,000 per pair and 2-carat blue diamond ring ( in collaboration with World of Diamonds group).
According to World of Diamonds Group, these gold-plated chopsticks are set with 4-carat round diamonds and are once again “the world’s most expensive chopsticks,” while the stunning diamond ring is named after famed actress, Jane Seymour. These gifts will be presented to the guests with 10,000 roses, a towering croquembouche dessert and a Louis XIII de Rémy Martin cognac at the very end of the meal.
Karan Tilani, the head of Asia for World of Diamonds Group, was quoted as saying, “The winning couple will decide on when the dinner will be held. And for that night, Ce La Vi will be closed just so the couple can dine in complete privacy.”