Even if your name isn’t “Bond… James Bond,” and you don’t have American Express Gold Card, you might be interested in this gold-topped pizza.
Created by award-winning chef and famous Scottish restaurateur, Domenico Crolla, it’s called “Pizza Royale 007” after the new James Bond movie that’s already brought in over $100 million in ticket sales. It’s also called the world’s most expensive pizza because it’s topped by gold shavings. 24-carat gold. As in “Goldfinger” gold. It’s flavored by champagne-soaked caviar, snails, sunblush tomato sauce, Scottish smoked salmon, medallions of venison, prosciutto, lobster marinated in fine cognac, and a drizzling of vintage balsamic vinegar.
“If any pizza was made to suit 007, this is it,” said Mr. Crolla. “Everyone loves a pizza as a treat, and this should be a real luxury experience.”
The price tag? A mere $3,700 and it’s available for bid on eBay.com until Friday, November 17.