Blog: The zillion-dollar omelette

Catherine Sleep | 19 May 2004

Are there people out there willing to pay US$1000 (yes, that’s three noughts) for an omelette? Apparently so, and not surprisingly they’re in New York.

The new lobster and caviar frittata at Norma’s in the Le Parker Meridien hotel has got people talking. Which was, of course, the aim of the exercise.

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