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A Brooklyn restaurant is charging $100 for a donut topped with 24-karat gold flakes and Cristal icing

If you happen to be craving decadence for breakfast, a restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, has your back. The Filipino restaurant Manila Social Club, known for hawking deluxe donuts, is now selling the Golden Cristal Ube Donut for $100 — and no, that's not the price for a dozen.

The Golden Cristal Ube Donut The Manila Social Club presents their infamous gold-ube donut, adorned with icing made with Cristal champagne and filled with an ube mousse, champagne jelly, and covered with 24k Gold. $100 per donut. For more information or to inquire about placing an order, please go to www.ManilaSocialClub.com. #manilasocialclub#williamsburg#newyears#ube#filipinofood#pinoyfood#donuts#goldleaf#champagne#doughnuts#nyc#f52grams#newforkcity#eatmunchies#eeeeeats#cristal#bubbly#bestrestaurants#cheflife#feastagram#buzzfeedfood#filipinofoodmovement#huffposttaste#forkyeah#feedfeed#tastingtable#eater#zagat#dessert#richdessert

A photo posted by Manila Social Club (@manilasocialclub) on Dec 25, 2015 at 8:45pm PST

A single $100 donut is sprinkled with 24-karat gold flakes and drenched in icing made with Cristal champagne. Inside, it's filled with Ube mousse — made from mashing purple yams — and champagne jelly.

Also on the menu is a "black and gold" donut that's topped with 24-karat gold flakes and flavored with an IPA beer from Brooklyn. Or, if gold just really isn't in your breakfast budget, there's always the $40 per dozen option — which gets you 12 purple donuts filled with Ube jam.