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Real ‘gold standard’ burger selling at more than R13k in the US (fries are included) 

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Real ‘gold standard’ burger selling at more than R13k in the US (fries are included) 

A restaurant in Philadephia has created a hamburger with edible gold priced at R13,000. The restaurant is selling the pricey burger by topping it with aged Irish cheddar and drizzled with honey. If this is perhaps something which can fit your pocket, the restaurant says purchasing this burger does include a side of fries.

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