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World's most expensive bangers and mash

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Still Waters

When going out for a gourmet meal, you might expect to dine on caviar, fillet steak or succulent sea bass.

Now, however, you could turn up to a restaurant with two Michelin stars to be served that beloved British classic, bangers and mash - priced at a staggering £75.

Olivier Limousin, head chef at L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, has produced the world’s most expensive sausages and mash, featuring ‘deconstructed’ gourmet sausages served on a bed of pureed Desiree potatoes and butter, mixed with 10 grams of black truffle.

http://www.dailymail...75-portion.html

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ThePhantomFlanFlinger

I prefer the look of the cheaper one but no doubt some will pay for it...they must have more money than sense...

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Keel M.

That new crap doesn't even resemble bangers and mash...

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Mnemonix

I don't mind missing it.

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King Fluffs

My version of a gourmet meal would have to consist of atleast one small bird fried to perfection. :whistle:

My wallet shall never part with anything over £10 for any meal, let alone the £75 wanted for a tiny amount of meat and crushed potato.

Aren't I a stingy gentleman? :tu:

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Junior Chubb

Reminds me of adverts I see advertinsing for the collection of cars for scrap...

Bangers for Cash. :)

I bet the cars go for cheaper than this meal

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keithisco

"Deconstructed Iberica Sausages".. :w00t:

so Monsieur le Muppet has been to "Mas y Mas", bought half a kilo of Iberica Sausage (famous for its delicate flavour from their acorn diet), taken the skin off of it,boiled it in wine to remove the flavour, and stuck it on top of a pile of half - mashed potato (not forgetting the 10 grams of truffle).

What a culinary disaster that must be just thinking of the flavours. :yes:

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coldethyl

It's so tiny. (that's what she said)

I know overdone. But 75 pounds??

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wolfknight

Sorry not this old boy not that price for a hot dog and mashed taters.

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schizoidwoman

It's so wee!

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Junior Chubb

It's so wee!

Size is not important Ms Schizoidwoman. ;)

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schizoidwoman

Size is not important Ms Schizoidwoman. ;)

It is when it comes to bangers and mash!

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libstaK

It's the butter that really put me off, why are restaurant mash so fatty?

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Junior Chubb

It is when it comes to bangers and mash!

Maybe you're right, because when it comes to Pie and Mash its definitely the bigger the better...

I hope you next banger is a biggun' ;)

Edited by Junior Chubb

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