“Decadence at the highest level”

“Decadence at the highest level”

There’s a new spotlight-stealing dish in the Big Apple.

Manhattan’s Benjamin Steakhouse Prime serves up an outrageous surf and turf appetizer that comes with a hefty $1,000 price tag.

As a lover of all things delicious and decadent, Foodgōd was invited to experience this extravagant dish for an upcoming episode of CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Super Rich.”

Benjamin Steakhouse Prime Surf Turf_photo via CNBC

To create America’s most expensive starter, Executive Chef Jesus Nunez pairs raw Wagyu beef tartare with tuna tartare, and tops the whole thing with a generous amount of foie gras, edible 24K gold flakes, white truffles shavings, edible flowers, and Osetra caviar.

The truffles alone cost $3,800 a pound, and the caviar is $100 per ounce, according to Benjamin’s.

Benjamin Steakhouse Prime Surf Turf_photo via CNBC

Benjamin Steakhouse Prime Surf Turf_photo via CNBC

“There are a lot of big, over-the-top price tag things in here,” shares Foodgōd in the episode, as he chows down with his jewelry-making buddy and dining partner-in-crime, Richie Rich.

“This is decadence at the highest level.”

Want to know what Foodgōd thinks about this pricey dish? Catch all the action on CNBC tonight!

The full episode of “Secret Lives of the Super Rich” airs Wednesday, March 7th — tune in at 10:30pm ET/PT.

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