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Melanie Renzulli

The World's Most Expensive Omelet is in New York City

By February 27, 2013

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When I read the headline $1,000 for an omelette [sic], I thought surely that the price was converted into dollars from dirhams, the currency in the United Arab Emirates.

Nope.

It turns out that the world's most expensive omelet, as rated by the Guinness Book of World Records, is on the menu at Norma's, a tony breakfast and lunch spot inside Le Parker Meridien Hotel in New York City. The "Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata" is a fluffy, six-egg omelet served on a bed of roasted potatoes and topped with four ounces of cooked lobster tail and 10 ounces of sevruga caviar. If that's too pricy for your budget, Norma's has a $100 version of the same omelet topped with only one ounce of caviar.

Norma's Menu Screenshot

Are you tempted to put this expensive egg dish on your food and dining bucket list? Leave a comment below.

Hat tip to A Luxury Travel Blog, which has a great photo of the frittata and a video showing how it is made.

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