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What goes into the world’s most expensive dinner?

Russian diamond company World of Diamonds and restaurant Ce La Vi Singapore is hoping to host the world’s most expensive dining experience at a hefty price of S$2.7 million, which includes an 18-course dinner, luxurious rides and a special fireworks display to end the night. 

During a media preview on Wednesday evening (10 August), representatives from both companies gave a sneak peek of their proposed dining experience, which would also include a 2.08 carat diamond ring named after Hollywood actress Jane Seymour, diamond encrusted chopsticks, and armchairs personally designed by local interior design company — The Plush.

Here’s the full list of items on the menu

1.     New Zealand langoustine with black sesame cornet

2.     Fresh belon oyster

3.     Almas Caviar

4.     Blue fin otoro sashimi

5.     Jamon Iberico

6.     Gewurztraminer-poached foie gras

7.     Veal liver

8.     Lamb sweetbread

9.     Bresse poulet consomme

10.   Line-caught sea bass

11.   Air-flown Alaska wild salmon

12.   Verjus sorbet

13.   Slow-cooked pigeon

14.   Glenvale pork loin

15.   Pan-roasted Graham Morrison lamb tenderloin

16.   Apple-wood grilled Mishima sirloin

17.   Whipped brie de meaux

Organisers say they have received more than one enquiry — mainly from the US and Europe — but no confirmations have yet been made.

Till then, the S$2.7 million dining experience remains on the menu. No validity period has been set.

If it does happen, here’s a look at what would go into the world’s most expensive dining experience.

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