World’s Most Expensive Spring Roll to Debut in London

By tikichris Last edited 125 months ago
World’s Most Expensive Spring Roll to Debut in London

Electric Spring Rolls

Brilliant. With the price of rice and other commodities at all time highs and London ranking as the world’s most expensive city for dining out, oriental cuisine producers Amoy have decided to introduce the world’s most expensive spring roll at its Amoy Experience Stage during this weekend’s Taste of London Food Festival.

Sampling the roll will set you back fifty quid per bite and provide an opportunity to taste Asian delicacies such as Wagyu beef, abalone and sand fire seaweed. The £300 spring roll is the handiwork of Felix Yu, head chef of Dragon Castle on Walworth Road (where we hope prices are a bit more affordable).

Taste of London starts today and runs through Sunday.

Photograph courtesy of Red Label via the Londonist pool on Flickr.

Last Updated 20 June 2008