& # 39; The world's most expensive & # 39; haute dog & # 39; is for sale in a Sydney pop-up for $ 100 – with some VERY unique toppings
- Mustard brand Maille brings the delicacy based on snails to the Bastille Festival
- From 11 to 14 July the hot dog will be for sale, topped with mustard from the Sauterne wine
- An expert from the company will also be present to explain the food offered
- Cheaper hot dogs are also available all weekend for $ 10 and $ 15
Australia is home to & # 39; the world's most expensive hot dog this weekend – sold out with a pop-up food truck in Sydney for a dazzling $ 100.
The snail meal is brought from 11-14 July to the Bastille festival on the Circular Quay of the city, crowned with white mustard from Sauterne.
The Escargot Haute Dog will be available in the up-market car at the Customs House Parisian Foodie Village, with experts available to explain the French delicacy.
& # 39; The world's most expensive escargot hot dog is being offered to Australians this weekend for $ 100
Luxury mustard brand Maille brings the snail meal to the Bastille Festival on the Circular Quay of Sydney from 11-14 July
Those who are willing to pay the three-figure price tag on the hot dog are treated to escargot with premium mustard from manufacturer Maille.
It is infused with white wine and buyers will also receive a stoneware pot that is perfect for their kitchen storage ideas.
The pricey creation, which is also & # 39; the world's first of its kind, is sold by Maille on the seventh anniversary of the festival, along with three other cheaper versions.
A French onion hot dog with whole grain mustard is available for $ 10, while a vegetable version is offered for the same price in combination with Dijon mustard.
The Escargot Haute Dog is available at the food truck of the Customs House Parisian Foodie Village, with experts available to explain the French delicacy
It is infused with white wine from Sauterne and buyers also receive a pottery pot perfect for their kitchen storage ideas
On the last day of the festival on Sunday, a hot dog with Fromager D & # 39; Affinois double cream cheese and honey mustard can be purchased for $ 15.
The car is open from Thursday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The Bastille festival brought 650,000 people over four days last year and is a celebration of French food, drink and art.
There will be five & # 39; villages & # 39; around Circular Quay are located for the festival, which will also include live music and performances.
The expensive creation, which is also & # 39; the world's first of its kind, is sold by Maille on the seventh anniversary of the festival, along with three other cheaper versions
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