schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD / AUGUST 4, 2017
How about some gold!
Yes. You can have your gold and eat it too.
A new Japanese restaurant in Los Altos, Calif., will serve you a steak covered in gold flecks.
Hiroshi caters to Silicon Valley elite. The restaurant only accommodates eight diners per night. The tab generally runs between $500 and $600 per person, according to Business Insider. Hiroshi occupies a nondescript building. A sign simply states “open by appointment only.” It has no windows, no menus, and just a single table.
But you can eat gold with your steak. So there is that.
“The gold is more for show,” Hiroshi general manager Kevin Biggerstaff told Business Insider. “It doesn’t really have any flavor.”
When I first saw this article, I thought it was unusual. The only golden flake food I’ve ever seen are potato chips. (You might not get that if you’re not from the south. Trust me, Golden Flake chips are a big thing.) But apparently eating real gold is a thing.
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