An Indian origin restaurant in Dubai has launched the world’s most expensive biryani worth Rs 43,300.

The world’s most expensive biryani, ‘The Royal Gold Biryani’ is a gold-garnished biryani with a 23-karat edible gold topping and is prepared by the restaurant Bombay Borough UAE.

‘The Royal Gold Biryani’ is made from three different types of rice including biryani rice, qeema rice, and white, saffron-infused rice. Its weight is about three kilograms.


Adding to its unique flavor, it also has small potatoes, boiled eggs, mint leaves, roasted cashews, pomegranate seeds, and fried onions in it. 

This is followed by a variety of grilled meats, such as skewered kebabs made from Kashmiri rams, spare ribs of lambs from old Delhi, Rajput chicken kebab, Mughlai koftay and malai [creamy] chicken roast.

‘The Royal Gold Biryani’ is served with a variety of sauces, curries and raita, as well as nihari, Jodhpuri curry, specialty almond sauce mixed with a raita made from pomegranate seeds and edible golden leaves.

According to Bombay Borough, ‘The Royal Gold Biryani’ is priced at INR19,707, which is equivalent to about AED1,000 or PKR43,300. Not only that but it’s also served in a large gold plate and is available at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).

Although open to pre-bookings, the cooks at the Bombay Borough UAE say ordering on the spot “will take up to 45 minutes for us to prepare, but we will make sure you have the meal of a lifetime”.