New York restaurant’s $200 fries certified as the world’s most expensive

A New York restaurant broke its tenth Guinness World Record with its latest menu item: a plate of French fries that costs $200.

Guinness announced Serendipity3, a restaurant on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, created the world’s most expensive French fries to coincide with Tuesday’s National French Fry Day.

The dish, titled Creme de la Creme Pommes Frites, features ingredients including Chipperbeck potatoes, Dom Perignon Champagne, J. LeBlanc French Champagne Ardenne Vinegar, cage-free goose fat from France, Guerande Truffle Salt, truffle oil, Crete Senesi Pecorino Tartufello cheese, shaved black summer truffles from Italy, truffle butter, organic A2 A2 100% grass fed cream from Jersey Cows, Gruyere Truffled Swiss Raclette and a topping of 23-karat edible gold dust.

A Guinness adjudicator presented eatery officials with an official certificate in a ceremony Monday.

The restaurant, which reopened Friday after a lengthy closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said the $200 menu item is available by reservation.

The restaurant previously landed Guinness World Records for foods including the world’s largest wedding cake and most expensive ice cream sundae.