The World’s Most Expensive Foods [SLIDESHOW]

If you’re feeling like Iggy and want to be fancy (and have thousands of dollars to blow), here are some menu items for your next dinner out.

Finances Online has more more expensive food if you need more options.

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  • A slice of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor's wedding cake from 1937 sold for $29,900 in 1998. (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Mangoes. But only first-harvest Brisbane mangoes for $4,200 each (for a fundraiser, thank goodness). (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Truffles had to make this list. Because they can only grow a foot underground and near certain trees and be found by trained pigs, they're very rare and can cost $3,000 per kilogram. (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Golden sushi in the Philippines has --- you guessed it --- edible gold leaf. Not pictured are the African diamonds and Mikimoto pearls adding up to a total of $2,700. (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Saffron is the most expensive spice at $2,000. (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Caviar is always expensive, but Almas at the Caviar House and Prunier in London is from Iran and sold in a 24 karat gold tin for $25,000. There is a cheaper option for only $1,250. (Photo: David Silverman/Getty Images)
  • Wagyu ribeye is an elite steak from Japan, and the cows are regularly massaged and fed beer. You can get the American version at Craftsteak in New York City for only $42. (Photo: Getty Images)