Price per dish:
We know seafood can get expensive. But when it’s part of an Indian curry restaurant? Though hard to believe, the
Samundari Khazana, literally ‘seafood treasure,’ could set you back by $ 3,200 in the restaurant’s home city of London.
So what goes into it? To start with, there’s Devon crab, white trufe and a half tomato lled with Beluga caviar dressed with gold leaf. Add a Scottish
lobster, also coated with gold, four abalone and four shelled and hollowed
quails’ eggs lled with even more caviar round out the dish. Yes, there’s
complimentary if you wish.