THE most expensive kebab in the world has been unveiled at a cost of £750 - boasting edible gold leaf garnish, saffron and champagne among its ingredients, writes Graham Walker.
Milk-fed lamb from the Pyrenees and saffron infused flat bread are also used.
But but would you pay a hefty £750 a go?
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Labelled the ‘Don of all Doners’, the kebab king was crafted to launch the The Great Food Truck Race, a new TV programme on the Food Network UK focusing on the increasing popularity of the street food truck trend.
British chef Andy Bates says he has sourced some of the finest ingredients on the planet for his creation, to show how standard street fare can be given a gourmet makeover.
The kebab also contains cucumber yoghurt, micro cress and lettuce salad, couer de boeuf tomatoes and barrel-aged yew’s feta cheese
He said: “It took a fair bit of time to source the best possible ingredients to ensure that this kebab was the most exclusive one out there, but I loved every minute.”
* BeefEater Barbecues unveiled what is believed to be the world’s most expensive BBQ earlier this week - hand-built, covered in gold and costing a whopping £100,000.