Would you spend $100 on a baked potato? The baked potato with caviar from Caviar Kaspia is going viral on Tik Tok and Instagram but has been popular in Paris for decades. 

A baked potato with caviar on top from Caviar Kaspia in Paris. The caviar potato is served with a mother of pearl spoon and small dish of creme fraiche with chives.

Baked Potato with Caviar from Caviar Kaspia in Paris, France.

Get ready to experience the most luxurious baked potato in the world. Baked potatoes with caviar are trending on social media for their extravagant price (over $100 each). 

Like uni (sea urchin) and oysters, caviar can be a little intimidating at first. While caviar on baked potato might seem like a surprising combination, caviar is usually served with very simple flavors. As discussed in this comprehensive caviar article, caviar connoisseurs usually enjoy it plain, on a blini, or even on a potato chip. 

The front of Caviar Kaspia restaurant in Paris France.

Caviar Kaspia

Caviar Kaspia restaurants are known for their luxurious dining experiences and exquisite dishes. With locations in Paris, New York, and more, they offer a taste of opulence that is hard to find elsewhere. Their original location opened in the 1920s in Paris. When in Paris, this is a must-visit, along with trying some escargots, if you’re adventurous. 

Their signature dish, the baked potatoes with caviar, is a true indulgence that has garnered worldwide attention. But it’s not just the food that sets Caviar Kaspia apart – their elegant decor and impeccable service make for an unforgettable dining experience. Whether you’re looking for a romantic night out or a special celebration with friends and family, Caviar Kaspia is the perfect destination for those who appreciate the finer things in life.

Caviar Kaspia Caviar Baked Potato Price 

Of course, such an exquisite dish comes at a premium price. Starting at $95 and going up to $540 depending on the type and amount of caviar used, it’s definitely not something you’d indulge in every day.

The Caviar Kaspia New York menu currently lists the caviar baked potatoes in 30, 50, and 80g sizes. The types of caviar are, from least to most expensive: White Sturgeon, Baeri, Imperial Baeri, Royal Oscietra, and Selection Oscietra. 

Vegetarian Truffle Caviar Potato 

A woman's hand holds a black truffle.

Caviar Kaspia has a wonderful vegetarian option for those that do not enjoy traditional caviar. This option is made with a black truffle topping, which sounds delicious. The black truffle caviar potato ranges from $45 to $105. This is a fancy potato I must try. 

What is Truffle Caviar? 

Truffle caviar looks like caviar but tastes like truffles. It is made from black truffle juice that is stained with squid ink. The liquid is then formed into tiny pearls that resemble caviar. 

You could also use truffle sauce or even a lentil “caviar” topping for a plant-based option. 

How to Make a Baked Potato with Caviar

A beautiful overhead photo of caviar on a bowl of crushed ice on a silver platter. Two glasses of Champagne sit on the side.

It’s not hard to make your own baked potato with caviar a la Caviar Kaspia. A French samba potato is recommended, but you can use any good baking potato, such as Russet.

First, make a classic twice-baked potato. Roast the potato whole until tender when pierced. Then cut off the top third and scoop out the inside. Mash it all up nice and creamy with some butter, crème fraîche, and salt before stuffing it back in the skin. Pop the stuffed potato back into the oven for just a few minutes. 

Next, top the potato with a very generous scoop of caviar. Serve with creme fraiche and chives on the side. 

Serving Caviar Baked Potatoes 

Caviar should be served with a mother-of-pearl spoon, which is perfect for scooping the baked potato. 

To drink, something crisp and clean should be served. Champagne or vodka are classic combinations with these flavors. A vodka martini would be a fun choice. 

Visit the original Caviar Kaspia at 17 Pl. de la Madeleine, 75008 Paris, France

Yield: 1 potato

Baked Potato with Caviar

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Additional Time 10 minutes
Total Time 1 hour

Learn how to make a baked potato with caviar inspired by Caviar Kaspia. This dish is perfect as an appetizer or as a luxurious side dish at any special occasion or dinner party.

A twice baked potato from Caviar Kaspia in Paris. It is topped with lots of black caviar. A small dish of creme fraiche with chives in the background.


  • 1 large baking potato
  • 2 tablespoons crème fraîche, plus more for serving
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 30 grams caviar of your choice (see vegetarian option in notes)
  • 1 teaspoon chives (chopped)


  1. Preheat your oven to 450°F (200°C).
  1. Rinse the potato under running water and pat it dry with a paper towel.
  2. Prick the potato at least 10 times with a fork to allow steam to escape during cooking.
  3. Rub the potato with olive oil and sprinkle generously with salt and pepper.
  4. Place the potato directly on the middle rack of the oven and bake for approximately 40 minutes or until tender when pierced with a fork.
  5. Remove the potato from the oven and let it cool for about 10 minutes.
  6. Cut off the top third of the potato lengthwise and scoop out some of the flesh into a bowl, leaving about 1/4 inch of potato shell intact.
  7. Mash the scooped-out flesh with scrème fraîche, salt, and pepper until smooth.
  8. Spoon this mixture back into the potato shell until it's full and mounded on top. Place back into the oven for 5 minutes.
  9. Top it off with a generous spoonful of caviar.
  10. Serve with more crème fraîche and chives on the side.


Caviar Kaspia offers a vegetarian option made with truffle caviar. There is a truffle caviar linked below, though it does contain squid oil. Truffle pate is another option.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 485Total Fat: 18gSaturated Fat: 9gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 213mgSodium: 833mgCarbohydrates: 66gFiber: 7gSugar: 4gProtein: 16g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated by Nutritionix. I am not a nutritionist and cannot guarantee accuracy. If your health depends on nutrition information, please calculate again with your favorite calculator.