7 Most Gourmet Un-Gourmet Foods

Eating in fancy restaurants often leaves people confused and hungry due to the combination of small portion sizes and pretentious menu items. Luckily, there are a few solid options that can help make fine dining a little friendlier. Check out the list below to learn how some of your old faves have been made over by head chefs and brought into the world of gourmet.

Lobster Mac N’ Cheese

For those of you on the east coast of the USA, lobster mac n’ cheese may seem normal, but as far as the rest of us are concerned, we’re used to cut up hot dogs and adding lobster seems a bit extravagant. When you’re over on the east coast, this luxury item gets closer to affordable, but if you want to try to find it anywhere else in the world, it’s gonna cost you. Lobster prices do tend to vary day by day however, so if you wanna try this deep sea diner dish, try to go when the fish market is having an off day.

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