Diners have been offered the chance to eat the world’s most expensive Christmas dinner, costing £125,000.
An Almas caviar (£5,000) is served as the first course, along with a balsamic vinegar that is 150 years old.
The turkey main will include Wagyu beef fillet and heart (£5,000) and be sprinkled with Akbari Pistachios (£5,000) and edible 50 carat gold leaf.
If you’ve still got an appetite after this you can round off the meal with a deliciously expensive desert that consists of whipped Kopi Luwak (£3,000) and Densuke watermelon (£2,600).
And you’ll be able to wash this all down with £37,000 pre-World War One champagne that will be poured into diamond studded champagne flutes.
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