Andrew visits Las Vegas where everything -- especially the food -- is all about going to extremes, from a hamburger that costs $5,000 to a seafood restaurant that has Italian fish flown in every day.Go to Episode
More than 4,000 people eat at the Bellagio Buffet every day. It's bigger than most buffets in Vegas, and the food is handcrafted. Andrew goes behind the scenes to see how the food is prepared. He samples roast duck, tuna cones and king crab legs.
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Famed Japanese chef Masa Takayama creates a $240 appetizer that some consider a work of art. Andrew samples BarMasa’s toro (the belly of the wild bluefin tuna) with caviar.
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At Serendipity in Caesars Palace, the menu offers the Golden Opulence Sundae --with a $1,000 price tag.
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At Olivier Dubreuil's pastry kitchen Sweet Surrender, there's a cupcake called Decadence D'Or that sells for $750! Pastry chef Johann Springfield shows Andrew how it's made.
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At Fleur by Hubert Keller, Chef Keller sells the FleurBurger 5000 that lists on the menu for $5,000! The FleurBurger 5000 is a hand-cut Kobe beef patty topped with seared foie gras and sautéed truffles, then finished with Madeira sauce.
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Chef Paul Bartolotta shows Andrew the state-of-the-art technology that helps keep the seafood fresh during its journey from Italy to Las Vegas. After which, Andrew enjoys a fisherman’s soup made with shrimp, langoustines, baby octopus and more.
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