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‘Service charge alone is three weeks shopping for a family’: Netizens react to expensive food at chef Salt Bae’s restaurant

Some of the other luxury Nusr-Et branches are located in Ankara, Istanbul, Mykonos, Miami, New York, Boston, Dallas, Beverly Hills, Abu Dhabi and Dubai

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 30, 2021 3:56:51 pm
salt baeTurkish chef Salt Bae has opened a new restaurant in London. (Source: nusr_et/Instagram)

Turkish chef Nusret Gokce aka ‘Salt Bae’ recently inaugurated a new restaurant in London. The chef, whose picture of sprinkling salt on meat went viral a few years back, has opened a chain of eateries across the world.

The chef even shared a glimpse of the restaurant — Nusr-Et Steakhouse London — on Instagram.

 

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But now, netizens are reacting to the fine dining restaurant’s exorbitant dishes. Twitterati went berserk after an invoice from the restaurant started doing the rounds on social media. The total amount on the bill came to £1812.40 (Rs 1,81,494).

Here’s how netizens reacted:

Some of the other luxury Nusr-Et branches are located in Ankara, Istanbul, Mykonos, Miami, New York, Boston, Dallas, Beverly Hills, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

 

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The name of the restaurant chain is known to be derived from his own name and ‘et’, which means ‘meat’ in Turkish.

 

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In 2017, Nusret shared a video of him suavely cutting meat and sprinkling salt on it. As it went viral, he was dubbed ‘Salt Bae’, resulting in viral memes.

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