Pay $2 million for a Meal and Receive $17,000 Chopsticks as a Souvenir
Some restaurants offer incentives such as combos or discounts. Not this one, though. They offer $17,000 chopsticks and a blue diamond you can keep as souvenirs.
Ce La Vi, a restaurant on the top floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore, is offering a once in a lifetime experience with its partner World of Diamonds for a mere price of $2 million dollars, definitely nothing comparable to other expensive meals.
This impossible-to-forget event will consist of an expensive and luxurious 18-course menu that a lucky couple will enjoy using an eye-catching, gold-plated, diamond-studded pair of chopsticks.
Why? Well, because you need to get some perceived value from throwing $2 million dollars on a meal.
But, having $2 million dollars available for this special treat gives you only a mere chance of enjoying this experience. Every couple interested goes through a strict screening, and then one is chosen to be the lucky winners.
Eating will not be the only activity. The package begins with a 45-minute helicopter ride over the city and an exclusive cruise in a Rolls Royce before being dropped off at Ce La Vi.
Though you would think the chopsticks are the most expensive part of the meal, they are just a fraction of the value of the blue diamond ring, named after the actress Jane Seymour.
The couple might even be able to get a hefty return on their investment, considering a ring as blue as the Jane Seymour ring has been auctioned off at over $2 million.
At the moment, no couple has been chosen as the winner. But when they are, Ce La Vi will close its doors to the public to create a private romantic setting.