Chef Salt Bae opens new restaurant in UK, Twitter user shares bill worth Rs 1.81 lakh
In the caption, the chef wrote: "Opened at the heart of the world 23.09.2021." The images and videos showed Salt Bae chopping meat and putting salt on it in his characteristic way at London's Nusr-Et eatery.
Only a few celebrity chefs in the world need no introduction. Salt Bae is unquestionably one of them. Nusret Gökçe is a world-renowned Turkish chef, butcher, and restaurateur who runs a global network of premium steakhouses. But the world knows him as 'Salt Bae,' when his cooking method and seasoned meat with salt went viral and became an online meme.
Every week, his elegant presentation and mouthwatering cuisine are shared on social media. His social media fame soared in 2017, following which he made significant commercial gains by launching restaurants in Dubai, New York, Saudi Arabia, Greece, Boston, and Dallas.
In 2017, the photograph showed the chef sprinkling salt on meat, which became a widely shared concept, propelling Turkish chef Nusret Gokce to sudden celebrity. Nusret has since established a restaurant franchise in exotic locales throughout the world. This chain's most recent addition is a new restaurant in London that will open on September 23rd, 2021. He announced the restaurant's debut with a post on his Instagram account. Look at this:
In the caption, the chef wrote: "Opened at the heart of the world 23.09.2021."
The images and videos showed Salt Bae chopping meat and putting salt on it in his characteristic way at London's Nusr-Et eatery. However, once an invoice from the restaurant appeared online, Twitter users called out the ostensibly sophisticated fine dining establishment. A single lunch at the restaurant cost the client 1800 pounds, or around Rs. 1.80 lakh.
Twitter was taken aback by the Turkish chef's high restaurant pricing. Several people also commented on how pricey the beverages at the restaurant were.