- Southwest Eastnorthernton
Undoubtedly, but I once had a $70 burger (okay, so that's about a third of the cost at the current rate...and I did not pay for it) and it really wasn't a special experience. It was basically a good restaurant burger that had expensive toppings. It had caviar on it. There's no good reason to put caviar on a burger. You could literally pick a different tin of caviar to justify tripling the price.Is there a £150 cheeseburger?
Now...I can reasonably justify spending $20 on a burger for a special occasion, provided it's not the same burger I can get for $10 elsewhere but it's marked up even more because there's a guy spitting fire at the other end of the dining room, or something stupid like that. If the cost comes from quality ingredients that still belong on a burger, I'm all for it.