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$50 Burger at Bay Area Restaurant Is Selling Out

The key ingredient is black truffle

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    $50 for a Burger? Here's Why a Bay Area Spot is Selling Out

    A cheese brushed with brandy, a black truffle from Australia, and more to sink your teeth into at Selby's in Atherton. Malou Nubla is dining in style on California Live Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019. (Published Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019)

    Selby's Restaurant in Atherton, California, can't keep up with the demand for their $50 burger.

    Chef Mark shows Malou Nubla of "California Live" what goes into the burger to make it worth 50 bucks!

    The burger itself is comprised of a special beef blend of seasoned onglet, also known as hanger steak, as well as New York and short rib. They're all primed and aged. 

    The bun is a lightly toasted, fluffy brioche. 

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    (Published Friday, June 14, 2019)

    Époisses cheese from Burgundy, France is brushed with brandy. It has a very distinct aroma but the cheese melts right onto the burger, making it ooey-gooey delicious. 

    They key ingredient that makes it a $50 burger is black truffle from Australia. 

    Grilled onions, heirloom tomatoes, lettuce and a full 5 grams of truffle finish off the burger. 

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    It's then plated in a deconstructed fashion on the plate.