Las Vegas, the gaming capital of the world has a lot more to offer than just casinos, and games. Apart from a plethora of activities to choose from, Vegas also offers its guests some of the world’s most delectable desserts to relish with an equally expansive price range.
Treasure Chest at Serendipity 3
Sitting opposite to Ceaser’s Palace, serendipity 3 has a one of its kind dessert to offer. The Treasure Chest! One pretty expensive dessert priced at roughly $88/-. This beautiful extravagant desert consists of over 12 scoops of ice-creams, cookies, cones, three pieces of cakes, fried Oreos, different types of berries and dollops of whipped cream and what’s more this delight is served in a chocolate chest painted with edible gold! This is one dessert hard to down single handedly.
Golden Opulence Sundae
Always known for its sweet tooth pleasers serendipity 3 celebrated its fiftieth year of existence by introducing to the world another irresistible dessert and not to mention one that can burn the entire pocket while burning a hole in it. The golden opulence sundae justifies every word of its name with a roof breaking price tag of $1000. This sweet glory consists of five scoops of Tahitian vanilla bean ice-cream, Madagascar vanilla covered in 23K edible gold leaf covered with Amedei Porcelana, world’s most expensive chocolate, a generous helping of Chuao, Venezuelan chocolate, exotic fruits from all over the world, gold dragets, truffles and a tiny bowl of Grand Passion Caviar. As if the contents weren’t impressive enough, this beauty is served in baccarat Harcourt crystal goblet and topped with a gilded sugar flower by Ron Ben-Israel. The opulence doesn’t end here; one can polish this dessert with an 18K gold spoon and keep the crystal goblet as a souvenir.
The Decadence D’Or
One prized possession, rather a prized menu item on the cards of Sweet Surrenders in the Palazzo Resort is the Decadence D’Or. Made from the finest ingredients from across the globe this is the world’s most expensive cupcake with a price tag of $750. Why so expensive? Well, this little indulgence is consists of Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac, edible, metallic gold flakes, Tahitian gold caviar and Palmira Single Estate Chocolate, one of the most expensive chocolates of the world and last but not the least, it is served in a hand blown sugar fleur-de-lis
The Striphouse, on the Las Vegas strip is the proud owner of this 24 layered beauty, the fantasy of every chocolate lover presented on a plate. With 12 layers of sinful chocolate cake alternating with 11 layers of smooth chocolate filling and an irresistible top of semi-sweet French chocolate ganache it’s a total delight. Priced at $115 a cake, this make one yummy must have dessert!