The World’s Most Expensive Pizza Is Obnoxiously Awesome And Will Run You $450 (Photo)

The World’s Most Expensive Pizza Is Obnoxiously Awesome And Will Run You $450 (Photo)
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The price of luxury is one we’re always willing to expend, but when it comes to the world’s most expensive pizza, we’re not even going to think twice.

Spending $450 for a pie may sound excessive for a meal for two, but considering the amount of rare seafood mounted on top, you have to realize that you’re actually getting your money’s worth.

The 12-inch pizza is draped and dripped in Lobster Thermidor, black Alaskan cod, smoked salmon, tiger prawns and Russian Osetra caviar and can only be purchased at the upscale Steveston Pizza in Vancouver, Canada.

This piece of decadence surpasses celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s $178 white truffle pizza with fontina cheese as “the most expensive pizza in the world” and has already been certified by Guinness World Records.

“It’s not your usual Friday night pizza,” owner Nader Hatami told CTV Vancouver.

He isn’t lying, either. And in case you were wondering, a regular cheese pie will only set you back $14 at Steveston. How else would the business stay open?

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H/T: Fine Dining Lovers, Top Photo Courtesy: Twitter

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