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The most expensive junk food

With the finest ingredients and astronomical prices, these ordinarily 'cheap' eats are anything but.

Nino's pizza with caviar
Nino's pizza with caviar
$1,000

There's no pepperoni or mushrooms (not even of the truffle variety) on the world's most expensive pizza, but this personal 12-inch pie is topped with four different types of caviar, including black Russian Royal Sevruga, as well as thinly sliced lobster tail, creme fraiche and chives.

New York City restaurant owner Nino Selimaj began proffering this slice of heaven at his Italian namesake restaurant six months ago, and has since sold several of them at his Upper East Side establishment. Be sure to call ahead if you want to try one too.

Double truffle burger

Macaroni and cheese

Ice cream sundae

Philly cheesesteak

Pizza with caviar
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