On sale at $12,000, the ultra-gourmet #PoshPie has been certified by online world record site
RecordSetter as being The Most Expensive ‘Surf & Turf’ Pie in the World.
On sale at $12,000, the ultra-gourmet #PoshPie has been certified by online world record site RecordSetter as being The Most Expensive ‘Surf & Turf’ Pie in the World.

World's most expensive pie on sale in Sydney for $12,000

WHEN your pie costs $12,000, hopefully the peas and sauce are thrown in for free.

The ridiculously luxe pastry dubbed the "Posh Pie" is being bandied about as the most expensive "surf and turf" pie in the world.

Is it worth it? Depends on how you feel about dropping that much cash on a pie probably.

The filling is created from two of Australia's best cuts of premium beef from acclaimed producer David Blackmore, two whole West Australian rock lobsters and two bottles of Penfolds Grange Reserve.

The eye-wateringly pricey fare is a way for online coupon seller Groupon to celebrate its 2 millionth food and drink voucher sold since 2011.

They teamed up with The Lord Dudley Hotel in Sydney's Paddington to develop the ultra-gourmet feed.

One lucky person will be given a chance to sample the luxury pie and meet its chef.

Groupon Australia CEO Alistair Venn said the decadent take on the classic Aussie pie was "about showing our customers the best of what their city has to offer.

The World's Most Expensive Pie is on sale today for $12,000 on the Groupon website.

If it's a touch out of your price range, head to the site anyway for a chance to win a serve.

A winner to be announced on June 4.

 


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