The world's most expensive kebab, costing a staggering £750, has created uproar amongst foodaholicks in the UK and has been labeled as ''Don of All Doners''.
British chef Andy Bates has mixed the finest ingredients in the world to prepare the incredible snack.
He hand-picked succulent milk-fed lamb from the Pyrenees, seasoned and primed with the best peppers, olive oil, barrel aged feta cheese, purple violet potatoes and Coeur de Boeuf tomatoes, reports the Daily Mail.
The chef, who created the dish for TV channel Food Network UK, said that the pricey kebab will be having its first serving in Stockwell, south London.
He made a saffron infused flatbread to host the fabulous meat dish. His tangy chilli sauce has used Scotch Bonnet chillies and the cooling mint and cucumber yoghurt is infused with Krug Grande Cuvee champagne.
"This is the Michelin star kebab and most likely to appeal to a high-class drunk on his way home," said the chef.