Turkish chef Salt bae, whose real name is Nusret Gokce, has become quite a personality thanks to the unique way in which he cuts meat and adds salt to his dishes. Something that has made millions share their videos going viral through social networks.
The success of the famous Turkish butcher led to the opening of luxury restaurants not only in Istanbul but also in cities like dubai, Doha, New York, Mykonos, Miami or London. All of them fashionable and quite requested by the most demanding clients and the most international celebrities.
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However, the dozens of complaints and criticisms from customers and food critics against the London branch have become quite frequent in recent weeks. Despite this, there is a culinary expert who has had a somewhat different opinion from the Salt Bae restaurant.
“SALT BAE IS A GENIUS”
Despite harsh criticism, Salt Bae’s restaurant in London remains crowded, which it has earned him the accolades from the owner of Manchester’s Seven 54 restaurant, Nikolas Opacic. The culinary expert also described the Turkish butcher as a “genius” despite having “Crazy prices”.
“Well done to him, he deserves all the credit,” Opacic told Evening standard. “The people who complain are the ones who don’t even go to the restaurant. If people can afford it and want to experience it, let them do it. Salt Bae is a genius, if he can fill a restaurant with those prices. “
The owner of the Seven 54 restaurant in Manchester disagreed with the harsh criticism of the Nusr-Et Steakhouse London restaurant, claiming that Salt Bae was a “genius” for securing their tables where customers spend up to $ 1,000 on a gold-wrapped steak and $ 300 on a hamburger.
Opacic he had nothing but good words for the Turkish chef after the opening last September of the Nusr-Et Steakhouse restaurant in the exclusive London neighborhood of Knightsbridge.
Controversy over prices
Nusret, 38, currently has 17 restaurants in his chain and has a legion of famous devotees, including DJ Khaled, Leonardo DiCaprio and David Beckham. It opened its London branch in October, with famous e influencers eager to try internet celebrity dishes.
Recently, a millionaire who dined at the new London restaurant claimed via social media that “not worth it”And that the prices they charge in the establishment are“ exorbitant ”.
Since Salt Bae opened his restaurant in London last September, more than one diner was surprised by the excessive cost of table service, which came to 6,900 dollars, and numerous clients expressed their dismay over the accounts through social media.
According to Chiraag Suchak, a 33-year-old millionaire, a meal at the restaurant isn’t even worth it. “How could a man justify charging $ 15 for a drink or $ 870 for a steak?”, He commented to the British medium MyLondon about his experience at the Salt Bae location.
However, the dozens of complaints and criticisms from customers against their premises located in the city of London have become quite frequent in recent weeks. So much so that even the most renowned food critics They have visited Salt Bae’s restaurant to comment on it.
THE SALARIES OFFERED BY SALT BAE
The Turkish Butcher’s Restaurant Salt bae in London opened last September and the London branch continue searching for positions clerks like cashiers and handymen, as well as kitchen positions like waiters, sushi and grill chefs.
In most jobs that have been posted in an ad On the Caterer.com website, personnel with previous experience are requested. Here are all the positions and salaries offered:
- Restaurant Cashier – £ 13.00 an hour
- Sushi Chef – £ 14.00 an hour plus tips
- Cocktail server – £ 15.00 per hour plus tips
- Handyman – £ 13.00 an hour
- Toilet Attendant – Competitive Salary
- Boss sommelier – Competitive salary
- Head of Departure – Between £ 12.00 and £ 13.50 per hour plus tips
- Waiters – £ 15.00 per hour plus tips
- Waiter Helper – Between £ 12.00 and £ 13.50 per hour plus tips
- Grill Chef – Competitive Salary
Note: 1 pound sterling equals 1.36 US dollar
SALT BAE’S LETTER IN LONDON