Pizza is loved all over the world. People everywhere love to eat this Italian dish at least once a week, especially if it’s an evening out with friends or family. The chef has caught the attention of customers more and more ingenious combinations ranging from simple pizzas. Now we have the trending gold-topped pizza, which even a Romanian invented. How much does it cost to eat pizza with 24 carat gold? Such dishes are not for everyone’s budget.
Pizza with gold topping: a dish invented by a Romanian
Pizza is consumed in different ways by everyone in this world. The chef has provided pizza lovers with a variety of recipes with fish, vegetables, fruit, chocolate and now also in 24 carat gold. The last mentioned recipe is actually an idea from a Romanian.
Of course, this is not for everyone’s budget, but those who like to try new things will spend the necessary amount on other culinary experiences. Robert Nedea said it was a curious choice whether they wanted to taste his gold-topped pizza or not. The man is from Bucharest, but 30 years ago he decided to go to Italy.
He now owns pizzerias in Jesolo, in the province of Venice. The latter wanted to do something special for people crossing the threshold of his location, so he thought of putting classic pizza on the menu, but with edible gold. Most people who order it add to the special package a bottle of champagne for that special guest they have at the table.
“Once in a lifetime you can do something crazy”
The dish is called “Pizza Mimi Regina dOro 24 Kt” and costs no less than 99 euros, according to Corriere del Veneto. The boss thinks that people deserve to do crazy things in life and try something special.
“In a restaurant in Dubai, steaks are sprinkled with gold and sell for a thousand dollars. We should do the same with pizza. We thought of giving customers the opportunity to experience the same emotions, but eat pizza.
It is one thing to pay 1,500 euros for a piece of meat and another to pay 99 euros for a pizza, even if that is also a high price. Once in your life you can do something crazy. We don’t put our hands in anyone’s wallet,’ said Robert Nedea, the restaurant owner.