Wanna Eat Like Kim Kardashian & Kanye West? On Valentine’s Day, This Restaurant Will Feed Your Stomach & Your Ego

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are the inspiration behind a New York City restaurant's Valentine's Day menu this year. Yes, really. Brucie, an Italian restaurant in Brooklyn, is offering two sets of five-course menus for Kimye fans to choose from come February 14. One menu is based off of Kardashian, and the other is based off of West, according to the New York Daily News.

The same restaurant that brought you a Beyoncé special last year on the day of love wanted to up the ante this year by offering two menus instead of one. So the chef and owner decided to name the love-inspired prix fixe after the #worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple. After all, nothing says love like West's enthusiastic support of Kardashian's desire to "break the Internet," right?

At $100 for each guest, the five-course meal is nothing short of decadent, so along with celebrating your love, it's sure to get you a lot of attention if you order it (and if you're able to make it past the excessive use of K's where C's should be on the menu, e.g. "kheese" instead of just plain old "cheese"). So in short, this is the perfect meal if you're looking to feed your ego, along with your love's ego, in true Kimye fashion.

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Some highlights on the "Kim" menu include the "Khicken Fried Rump Roast" complete with "Kabbage" and pickled pear and buttermilk ranch, and the "Karrot Kake" which includes "Salted Karamel" and Goldschlagger. Kim does get C's replaced with K's in her honor all the time, so if you think about it, this is an entirely appropriate way to get a brief glimpse of what the reality star's life is like.

If you're feeling like it's more of a Kanye day for you, his menu comes with a "Good Life" course of smoked oyster, which naturally includes caviar, along with Lillet Blanc and brioche. Hilariously enough, his menu concludes with an "Imma Let You Finish" course of "Yeezcake." So Kardashian isn't the only one who gets cuisine renamed to suit her. Fair enough!

But the real question here is, will any of these courses top the "I Am Pasta Fierce" dish, a pappardelle with puttanesca sauce, from the Beyoncé menu from last year? We will have to stay tuned.

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