One Dubai restaurant has introduced world's first 22K gold plated vada pav at a whopping price
Mumbai Vada Pav is not just famous in India, but all over the world. And now, the popular street snack is now getting a new upgrade in Dubai! How, you ask? After serving gold biryani and golden burgers, Dubai has now introduced the world's first 22-karat gold vada pav. O'Pao, located in Karama and known for serving Indian sliders, has introduced the the 'precious' pav, which is available for dine-in only and is priced at Dh99 ( (approx INR 2,000).
Masrat Dawood has shared the video of the gold vada pav on Twitter, which has been viewed by more than 20 thousand people and attracting all sorts of funny comments about the exorbitant price. The video shows the vada pav being served in a wooden carved box lit with a nitrogen base. It also comes with a side of sweet potato fries and mint lemonade.
According to a report in Khaleej Times, the vada is filled with cheese and imported French truffle butter, while the bread is topped with homemade mint mayonnaise dip. The flavoured potato dumpling is wrapped with premium quality French-imported 22-karat golden leaves.
Previously, Bombay Borough, a British-era bungalow-inspired luxury diner in Dubai launched the world's most expensive biryani. The exotic 'Royal Gold Biryani' is priced at a whopping AED 1,000 (Rs 19,704) per plate which comes in a giant golden metallic plate and is served with three variations of rice including Chicken Biryani Rice, Keema Rice, and White and Saffron rice, topped with baby potatoes and boiled eggs