A restaurant in Singapore is offering a unique dining experience for the humble price of $2 million.
Ce La Vi, atop Singapore's iconic Marina Bay Sands, have teamed up with diamond company, World of Diamonds, to deliver a one-of-a-kind meal.
The experience is meant for two people and lasts a lengthy eight hours, Forbes reports.
Over the course of the evening, the lucky diners will travel by helicopter, luxury cruise and Rolls Royce before sitting down (on your own custom-made furniture) at Ce La Vi.
Ce La Vi is on top of the Marina Bay Sands.
Your table will be among 10,000 roses and each of you will receive a pair of diamond encrusted chopsticks with your name on it, with which you can eat your meal.
The 18-course meal will include some of the most expensive and luxurious ingredients in the world, including Langoustine (an expensive cross between a prawn and a lobster) from New Zealand, Belon Oysters, Almas Caviar, Wild Salmon (flown in from Alaska!), and Mishima Sirloin.
For drinks, you can indulge in 44 and 55-year-old wines, including a 1988 Salon 'S' Champagne (roughly $1,000 a bottle) and a 2008 Domaine Leflaive Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru (starting from $500 a bottle).
In case you hadn't had your fill of luxury for the evening, the meal is capped off with the gift of an actual diamond ring.
Image: World of Diamonds
The 'Jane Seymour' ring by World of Diamonds includes a 2.08 carat blue diamond, set in a rose-gold plated platinum band.
Now that's what we call having expensive taste!
[Feature image Facebook/Ce La Vi]