In spite of logic that only restaurants serving good food survive, meme-turned-restaurateur Salt Bae — aka butcher Nusret Gökçe — has opened a second restaurant in New York , a follow-up to his widely panned steakhouse.
The menu at Nusr-et is limited and absurdly expensive, even by New York City steakhouse standards. There’s a leafy salad for $25. The steaks, meanwhile, cost between $70, for boneless strips of tenderloin, and $275 , for a wagyu Tomahawk. (The other Nusr-ets, of which there are nine, are similarly pricey.)
Nusret Gökçe ([nusˈɾet ɟøcˈtʃe]), nicknamed Salt Bae, is a Turkish butcher , chef, and restaurateur, who owns Nusr-Et , a chain of luxury steak houses . His technique for preparing and seasoning meat became an Internet meme.
Steaks run from $70 to $275 . No matter how much show comes on the side, when you pay that much, you expect a meal that tastes good.
So, of course Instagram sensation Salt Bae (a.k.a. Nusret Gökçe) has a “Golden Tomahawk” on the menu of his Miami Nusr-Et Steakhouse where a bone-in wagyu ribeye is encased in 24 karat gold leaf. The steak would set you back $275 on its own, but with the gold? $1,000.
Salt Bae Net Worth: Nusret Gökçe aka Salt Bae is a Turkish chef, butcher, restaurateur, and a businessperson with a net worth of $50 million . The 5ft 8in (1.74m) was born on 9 August 1983 in Erzurum, Turkey.
It was then that Gökçe shot to viral internet fame – and it allowed him to open a total of 13 restaurants within the year, expanding into America and Greece. It is now estimated that Salt Bae’s net worth, as of March 2020, is $60million (£46.7m).
The Nusr-Et steak restaurant in Dubai , owned by Turkish celebrity chef Salt Bae, is offering guests gold-plated hunks of beef for $1,250 AED (£268/$340) a pop.
He was given the nickname “Salt Bae” because of his flashy salting skills and an almost romantic appreciation for a hefty slice of meat. The talented chef cuts through his beef with ease using a 10″ breaking knife .
Salt Bae’s New Steakhouse Is in Hot Water Nusret Gökçe — the Turkish butcher, restaurateur, and internet meme better known as Salt Bae — opened a Boston branch of his steakhouse, Nusr-et, on September 18 (100 Arlington St., Back Bay).
Nusret Istanbul Prices The average price for a meal at Nusret Istanbul is about 180 TL. During my time in Istanbul , the exchange rate was around 1:6:50, sometimes as high as 1:7.20. This translated to a cost of under $30 per person for a steak, beverages and a couple of shared appetizers.
From trademark quirks,heart melting smiles and amicable style get ready to be introduced to some of the most handsome Muslim food influencers in the world. Nusret Gokce aka Salt Bae , is a handsome Turkish butcher, chef, and restaurateur, who owns Nusr-Et, a chain of steak houses scattered around the world.
This night, Miranda’s group was served what the menu shows as the Golden Tomahawk — a marbled wagyu steak wrapped in edible 24-karat gold leaf. Each is priced at $1,000 .
A price per person of AED515 and upwards without vino ( a Californian Syrah wine, Renegade goes for AED490 and that’s on the lower end of the wine list) makes Nusr-Et one of Dubai’s most expensive restaurants competing not only with Cut as I indicated earlier, but Pierre Gagnaire’s Reflets and Pierchic – and yet the
Diners will miss the action by ordering the $30 burger , Nusr-Et’s version of the cheap seats, but for a $120 “Ottoman Steak” that easily feeds two to three mouths, a server in a leather apron will pull on ominous black rubber gloves, whip out a 12-inch blade and chop the ribeye into half-inch slices in a blur of Dexter