– Would you spend $5000 for a hamburger?
– Let’s talk about that. ♪ (theme music) ♪ – Good Mythical Morning!
– Now, when it comes to food, I’m a simple man. I like peanut butter, cereal,
and potato chips. But I’m not above splurging a little bit on a nice restaurant
and a nice meal, gettin’ something interesting to mix it up. A little splurge
goes a long way, but a lotta splurge – gets crazy.
– Yes, and I don’t know, maybe you have, just, an insatiable amount of disposable
income that you’re ready to spend on food. Hopefully you do, because we’re about to
present you with some options! – (laughs)
– Okay, let’s start with the Juuni Ban. It may not sound like it,
but it’s a hot dog! – Okay.
– This is from the Tokyo Dog food truck in Seattle, Washington. Most hot dogs from a
food truck are about two bucks; this one – costs $169!
– Dang! I really like hot dogs. I don’t know if I
would go for this, but it does have Wagyu beef, foie gras, shaved black
truffles, caviar and Japanese mayonnaise! That Japanese mayonnaise is what
really sends it over the top. – A hundred and seventy bucks?
– And you gotta order this thing two weeks ahead of time, which makes it a pretty
inconvenient food truck experience, but apparently it’s really awesome. You look
very dignified– actually, you don’t. You’re still eating a hot dog,
even though it costs $169. – Wow!
– But they sold six the first day they ever started selling ’em. They sold
six of ’em! And then they donated all the money to charity. (high pitched)
Why they have to be so nice? (high pitched) I dunno why
they have to be so nice! (normally) Oh, good for you,
I’m glad you did it. (normally) I’mma serve up some soup.
Some really expensive soup. – Okay.
– Um. Kai Mayfair is a restaurant in London that serves Buddha Jumps Over
the Wall, which is a bowl of soup for $190. – Oh, that’s good soup.
– It’s got shark’s fin and abalone, amongst many other ingredients, but those
are– they’re controversial ingredients so they’re driving up the cost, but legend
has it that a scholar was cooking this soup near a Buddhist monastery and
the vegetarian monks smelled it. It was irresistible and one of ’em jumps
over the wall in order to get at that. – That doesn’t sound true.
– And then he had to shell out $190. Just sayin’. Doesn’t sound true,
but I’m willing to pay. $190? – It was Buddha himself.
– If it’s good– – Does that sound more true? No.
– No. If it’s good soup, though, – maybe it’s worth it.
– Well, I don’t know, I haven’t had it, – ’cause it costs $190.
– Okay. Well, maybe you’re in the market – for an omelet! You like omelets?
– I’m always in– yeah! – You like eggs on your–
– I like a scrambled better, but… – You like eggs on your eggs?
– Uh… – How ’bout fish eggs on your eggs?
– No. ‘Cause that’s what happens with the most
expensive omelet! The Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata. This is at Norma’s,
which doesn’t– it sounds like a diner, but actually is a really nice restaurant
and hotel in New York City at the – Le Parker Meridien.
– A zillion dollars?! First of all, math lesson: “zillion” is
not a number. It is just to… – Noted. It’s marketing. It’s just marketing.
– mean a lot of stuff. But it’s informal. – It’s slang. “Zillion” is slang.
– So how much is it? – It’s a thousand dollars.
– Well, wow. That’s a zillion! Not really, but it is
a thousand dollars. It has those eggs I was talking about, Link,
that’s fish eggs. That’s caviar. – “Omelet” you pay for that. (laughs)
– It’s ten ounces of sevruga caviar, which is the most expensive thing
on there. It’s $65 per ounce, – (Link) Okay.
– (Rhett) so you got $650 right there. Also includes an entire lobster, cream,
and chives. Chives can get expensive. – (chuckles) Lemme tell you right now.
– (laughs) On the menu next to the item, it says,
“Norma dares you to expense this.” – A little business trip.
– Oh. Lemme tell you guys right now: If any of
you go to Norma’s on a business trip, which probably won’t happen, and you
expense this, you’re fired. That’s what – happens when you expense the frittata.
– No, we’ll just dock their pay – a zillion dollars.
– Oh, yeah. – And it will become an actual number.
– A zillion-dollar pay cut. – All right, I’mma go for some sushi here.
– Do it. – This is Chef Angelito Araneta Junior.
– Oh, he’s my– he’s my second favorite chef. – Yeah.
– (chuckles) Back in 2010, he invented this sushi
and he charged out the nose for it – in the Philippines, in Manila, okay?
– Shoutout to Miss Philippines. Two thousand dollars
for five pieces of sushi. – What?
– $400 per bite. Can you imagine spending – $400 on a bite of anything?
– You did math! It’s got salmon, crab, “fwah gwah,” sea
cucumber, a lot of expected stuff, – but then, instead of seaweed–
– It’s “grah,” just so you know. – Just so you can get it right.
– “Fwah gwah.” – So you can see uppity.
– “Fah gwah?” – “Fwah… grah.”
– “Fogwah…” It’s not “fwah gwah,” which I think
I actually said at one point too. – I never need to order it. I never do.
– You gotta get the “grah.” – Or you can just say “foy grass.”
– It’s not wrapped in seaweed, it is wrapped in gold leaf topped with caviar,
three Mikimoto pearls– you can see ’em in the picture– and served with a
diamond placed right in the middle. – Hold on. You eat the pearls?
– You could eat the pearls. You would poop ’em out, but that
would be– you’d have to get a net. – (crew laughs)
– Right. Right. And the– I’m keepin’ the pearls!
You better believe it. Most likely, people take the pearls and
the diamond off, but they do eat the gold leaf. Gold leaf is edible. What is
the general rule of thumb when – consuming it, do you know?
– Always have a net. – (crew laughs)
– I think that’s probably what it is. “The higher the value of gold, the more
edible it becomes,” Chef Angelito. – The higher the carat value?
– Yep. The more edible it becomes. – I’ll stop eating that cheap gold!
– And you can place it on human hair, – it looks like.
– (crew laughs) How about the FleurBurger 5000? It sounded
really cool until you added the “5000,” – now it’s like a Redneck Grill.
– (laughs) (silly voice) “Y’all wanna come over, I
just got the FleurBurger 5000!” – Could be a rapper.
– (normally) It’s called the FleurBurger 5000. It’s at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
It costs five thousand dollars. – No.
– ‘Cause that’s an easy way to remember it. – That’s stupid expensive.
– Okay, the whole idea here was the chef thought, “People are winning
lots of money in the casino, – Oh!
– “Maybe they’ll be stupid enough to buy this thing in the heat
of the burger passion.” – (crew laughs)
– And they have. 26 people have bought – this thing since 2013.
– I can believe that. Here’s what makes it so expensive:
Kobe beef, foie gras mixed into the burger patty. It has truffle sauce and
shaved black truffles and is served on a brioche truffle bun. I wonder if it’s
got any truffles. But it also comes with a $2500 bottle of champagne,
Chateau Petrus. Or I guess that’s just – wine. 1995. So that’s a little–
– Can I just remove that price? Yeah, I mean, half of the price is the
bottle of expensive beverage? So I kinda think FleurBurger’s cheating
a little bit. It should be the – FleurBurger 2500, y’all!
– Yes. – Anyway, it’s expensive.
– Um, I’ve got a more expensive – pizza pie.
– Oh, you do? The Royal Pizza is served in the
Pierchic restaurant in Dubai. – “Perchick?”
– Ah, “Pierchic.” That’s how I’m saying it. I’m sure that’s not correct. It was
designed originally for the royal family on New Year’s Eve, but now it’s featured
on the menu permanently, and they charge – $200,000 for this pizza.
– For a pizza? And it’s only– it’s like
a medium– it’s a medium! (laughs) It’s not even as big as
that one that we all tried to eat! It’s not even like a big one! Yeah!
$200,000… – (Rhett) Does it have cheese in the crust?
– It– no! – No?! Really not?!
– No, it’s got white truffles, black truffles, lots of other stuff I
don’t even care to mention. Caviar soaked in Dom Perignon, and of
course, two ounces of what? – Foie gras.
– No. – (laughs)
– Edible gold leaf. – Leaf! Ah.
– Once you throw that in there… $125,000 worth of ingredients, so…
75 grand in labor and profit? Oh, work with me, Dubai.
Work with me, Pierchic. – (both chuckle)
– Let’s drive down the price a little bit. – Pierchic. Okay, I actually– believe it
or not, I have an item that beats your – item and beats it handily.
– Okay. This is the most expensive dessert
in the world. It is called the – Strawberries Arnaud.
– Okay. And it is from New Orleans’ Arnaud’s
restaurant. Basically, it’s just strawberries served in a marinade of port red wine,
spices, and citrus with vanilla ice cream. – That’s what it is.
– Okay. – It costs $3.95 million! $3.95 million.
– Okay. That’s just marketing. – That’s just stupid.
– Did I mention that it comes with a 7.09 carat pink diamond?
That’s most of the expense. – Okay, so the diamond comes with dessert.
– Ah, yes. Okay. You can get this thing – without the diamond for $9.
– Oh. – (all laugh)
– So it really is that diamond. Now, this seems so crazy to us that we had
Lizzie actually call the restaurant to ask if they had sold this, and the lady is
quoted as saying, “You mean the really expensive one?” And Lizzie said,
“Yeah, the one that costs $4 million.” And she replied with, “I don’t believe
so, but even if someone bought it, – I don’t think they’d tell me.”
– (both laugh) So I guess the girl at the front desk
doesn’t think that she’s gonna find out if this happens. The co-owner of the
restaurant is quoted as saying it is – the worst selling dessert on the menu.
– Mm. Lots of quotes in that one, – that’s cool.
– Yeah, it’s very quotable. Now, listen. We’ve been inspired by all
of these, and I’m sure you are currently inspired as well, so we have come up with an
expensive dish that we’re gonna sell to you. That’s right. Available exclusively at
RhettandLink.com/store for a limited time only, we present the Jurassic Quail
Egg Blue Suede Burger. – ♪ (dramatic music) ♪
– Listen. As with life itself, the dish is about the journey, it’s not about the
destination, so you’re paying for a lot of stuff here. In order to eat it, you have
to take the $20,000 flight on Singapore Airlines nonstop to the island from
Jurassic Park. And not the one where they filmed Jurassic Park, I’m talking about
the actual island of Jurassic Park. Yes. Now, as you exit the plane, a trained
esthetician is waiting to smear your visage– that’s your face– with a paste
made from hundred-dollar bills chewed up by the princess daughter
of a billionaire sheik. And just just as you begin to question if
you’ll actually get to eat anything, the first successful human clone of Elvis
drives up in a Bentley, fries you a quail egg on his radiator, throws it on top of
a burger, and serves it up on a plate made from his clone father, i.e.,
the real Elvis’s blue suede shoes. And once you’ve enjoyed your burger,
Clone Elvis hands you a $1.3 million roll of gold toilet paper so you can do
your business in style. It’s also edible. – Mm!
– Don’t worry about finding a working toilet or getting back home. Just enjoy the
rest of eternity with your new roommates, Indominus Rex, Clone Elvis
and the esthetician. – (Link) Cost: $3.69 million.
– No, 3.96. (laughs) Oh! We’ve raised
the price already? (laughs) The whole idea was that we’d be a little
bit more expensive than the last dessert. (Link) Okay. $3.96 million it is.
RhettandLink.com/store! Check it out. We would
love for you to buy that. – Please.
– Thanks for liking, commenting, buying that special burger that we just
made, and sharing this video with your – family and friends.
– You know what time it is. Hi, I’m Anna McLough. I’m from Portland,
Oregon, and Rhett and Link are my favorite YouTubers. It’s time to spin
the Wheel of Mythicality! If you don’t have $3.96 million to spend
on a burger, well, just go get a mug! – Here it is right here!
– And look, here’s one too! RhettandLink.com/store! You can get
one just like this! Drink it! Click through to Good Mythical More.
Rhett is gonna share the all-true, – all-experience–
– (chuckles) All-experience! of eating the most expensive
ham in the world? Rhett– yes. Rhett is the king of the
shrimps and Link is his shrimp queen. – (crew laughs)
– (deeply) Hello, honey. – How are the children?
– (high pitched) They’re fabulous! – They’re doing swimmingly!
– Don’t you love being shrimps? – Oh yes, it’s–
– We have so many children. They’re – so difficult to keep up with, but–
– I kind of have a chip on my shoulder – about my size, hahahaha.
– ‘Cause you’re small. – And I don’t have shoulders.
– (both laugh) [Captioned by Caitrin:
GMM Captioning Team]