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Salt Bae’s restaurant in Knightsbridge was criticized as ‘taking the p ***’

A customer has come under fire after spending £ 37,000 at the famous Nusr-Et Steakhouse restaurant in London’s Knightsbridge.

The upscale restaurant chain is owned by a Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, better known as Salt Bae, whose salt-sprinkling theatrical antics have earned him more than 38 million followers on Instagram since he went viral on social media in 2017 for his way of seasoning meat.

And a receipt sent to Reddit by an anonymous user this week showed a stunning receipt from October 8, with the service charge only totaling £ 4,829.10.

A customer has come under fire after spending £ 37,000 at the famous Nusr-Et Steakhouse restaurant in London's Knightsbridge.

A customer has come under fire after spending £ 37,000 at the famous Nusr-Et Steakhouse restaurant in London’s Knightsbridge.

The upscale restaurant chain is owned by Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, better known as Salt Bae, whose theatrical salt-sprinkling antics have earned him more than 38 million followers on Instagram.

The upscale restaurant chain is owned by Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, better known as Salt Bae, whose theatrical salt-sprinkling antics have earned him more than 38 million followers on Instagram.

The upscale restaurant chain is owned by Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, better known as Salt Bae, whose theatrical salt-sprinkling antics have earned him more than 38 million followers on Instagram.

Shared with the caption ‘This is just outrageous’ shows a Snapchat screenshot of the receipt, with the diner complaining ‘That’s just taking the p ***’.

The receipt shows that nearly £ 30,000 of the meal was spent on expensive alcohol, while a gold-encrusted steak amounted to £ 850 and 20 Baklavas to £ 600.

The cheapest items, besides water, were the mashed potatoes and the sautéed mushrooms, which cost £ 12 each.

Commenting on the receipt, a Reddit user wrote: ‘Theft in daylight. At least with Michelin you have a place that has been strictly considered to charge high amounts. And it would cost about 37 times less!

Celebrity restaurant Nusr-Et Steakhouse has been accused of 'removing negative reviews' after a customer's bill went viral last month

Celebrity restaurant Nusr-Et Steakhouse has been accused of 'removing negative reviews' after a customer's bill went viral last month

Celebrity restaurant Nusr-Et Steakhouse has been accused of ‘removing negative reviews’ after a customer’s bill went viral last month

London diners will get their hands on the 24-karat gold Tomhawk steak, which has previously been a menu item at their Dubai branch (pictured)

London diners will get their hands on the 24-karat gold Tomhawk steak, which has previously been a menu item at their Dubai branch (pictured)

London diners will get their hands on the 24-karat gold Tomhawk steak, which has previously been a menu item at their Dubai branch (pictured)

The menu also has golden burgers that cost £ 100.

The menu also has golden burgers that cost £ 100.

The menu includes gold-plated steaks.

The menu includes gold-plated steaks.

The menu includes gold-plated steaks (right), which cost up to £ 1000 and a £ 100 golden burger (left)

Salt Bae is seen cutting a golden cut of meat

Salt Bae is seen cutting a golden cut of meat

There is also gold balaclava for those with a sweet tooth.

There is also gold balaclava for those with a sweet tooth.

In addition to golden cuts of meat (left), the restaurant also has golden ski masks (right) for dessert.

Yet many users felt customers were to blame, writing: ‘This place’s receipts are just the latest flex on social media. I don’t know why anyone should care.

Another added: ‘Why do people keep posting receipts for a ***** restaurant? Is it some kind of anti-bending to say “I’m rich but also very, very stupid and I don’t have good taste”?

It is a humble boast. Posting your receipt for a £ 30k meal and at the same time expressing outrage at the cost, ” wrote another.

Elsewhere, one said, “I am not commenting on the price because much of the alcohol that these people specifically selected has been established.”

Yet many users felt customers were to blame, writing: 'This place's receipts are just the latest flex on social media.  I don't know why anyone should care.

Yet many users felt customers were to blame, writing: 'This place's receipts are just the latest flex on social media.  I don't know why anyone should care.

Yet many users felt customers were to blame, writing: ‘This place’s receipts are just the latest flex on social media. I don’t know why anyone should care.

Another added: ‘Why do people keep posting receipts for a ***** restaurant? Is it some kind of anti-bending to say “I’m rich but also very, very stupid and I don’t have good taste”?

Google reviews currently show a 4.8 star rating, with the site indicating that it was 'updated by the company a week ago'.

Google reviews currently show a 4.8 star rating, with the site indicating that it was 'updated by the company a week ago'.

Google reviews currently show a 4.8 star rating, with the site indicating that it was ‘updated by the company a week ago’.

This week, the restaurant was accused of ‘removing negative reviews’ after a customer’s bill went viral last month.

Last month a customer’s receipt from went viral after a total of £ 1,812.40 that earned the restaurant an avalanche of backlash, yet Google reviews currently show a 4.8 star rating, with the site indicating which was ‘updated by the company a week ago’.

According to My London News, “a series of reviews that seemed to criticize the restaurant when it first opened” have since disappeared.

The upscale restaurant chain is owned by Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, whose theatrical salt-sprinkling antics have earned him a celebrity like David Beckham.

The upscale restaurant chain is owned by Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, whose theatrical salt-sprinkling antics have earned him a celebrity like David Beckham.

The upscale restaurant chain is owned by Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, whose theatrical salt-sprinkling antics have earned him a celebrity like David Beckham.

The 38-year-old, who has been dubbed Salt Bae by fans, currently owns 17 restaurants at his successful chain and has a legion of celebrity devotees, including DJ Khaled, Leonardo DiCaprio.

The 38-year-old, who has been dubbed Salt Bae by fans, currently owns 17 restaurants at his successful chain and has a legion of celebrity devotees, including DJ Khaled, Leonardo DiCaprio.

The 38-year-old, who has been dubbed Salt Bae by fans, currently owns 17 restaurants at his successful chain and has a legion of celebrity devotees, including DJ Khaled, Leonardo DiCaprio.

The restaurant now scores 4.8 stars on Google and 4.7 stars on Facebook, where one customer writes: 'What can I say other than WOW!  Yes, the prices are not cheap, but you get what you pay for when it comes to service, atmosphere, and quality of food and drinks. '

The restaurant now scores 4.8 stars on Google and 4.7 stars on Facebook, where one customer writes: 'What can I say other than WOW!  Yes, the prices are not cheap, but you get what you pay for when it comes to service, atmosphere, and quality of food and drinks. '

The restaurant now scores 4.8 stars on Google and 4.7 stars on Facebook, where one customer writes: ‘What can I say other than WOW! Yes, the prices are not cheap, but you get what you pay for when it comes to service, atmosphere, and quality of food and drinks. ‘

Only one less flattering review remains, and one customer calls it “too expensive” and “not suitable for children.”

FEMAIL has contacted Nusr-et Steakhouse for comment.

The restaurant now scores 4.8 stars on Google and 4.7 stars on Facebook, where one customer writes: ‘What can I say other than WOW! Yes, the prices are not cheap, but you get what you pay for in terms of service, atmosphere, and quality of food and drinks.

“I was lucky to meet Nusret and he is a charming and humble man. The theater of performing Nusret’s unique cut of steak and then another gentleman’s Baklava was absolutely fantastic. ‘

Only one less flattering review remains, and one customer calls it “too expensive” and “not suitable for children.”

Rumors about the Salt Bae London branch have been circulating since 2017. He wrote on Instagram this week: 'I was waiting a long time but finally the dream came true.'

Rumors about the Salt Bae London branch have been circulating since 2017. He wrote on Instagram this week: 'I was waiting a long time but finally the dream came true.'

Rumors about the Salt Bae London branch have been circulating since 2017. He wrote on Instagram this week: ‘I was waiting a long time but finally the dream came true.’

Salt Bae, whose real name is Nusret Gokce, owns a chain of Nusr-Et restaurants and is known for his theatrical salt-splashing antics.

Salt Bae, whose real name is Nusret Gokce, owns a chain of Nusr-Et restaurants and is known for his theatrical salt-splashing antics.

Salt Bae, whose real name is Nusret Gokce, owns a chain of Nusr-Et restaurants and is known for his theatrical salt-splashing antics.

The 38-year-old, who has been dubbed Salt Bae by fans, currently owns 17 restaurants at his successful chain and has a legion of celebrity devotees, including DJ Khaled, Leonardo DiCaprio and David Beckham.

Nusret has been seen slicing meat for customers at his newly opened restaurant in London, where specials include a Golden Giant Tomahwak steak for £ 1,450, Golden Giant Striplion for £ 1,350 and Golden Kafes for £ 500.

The initial opening of Nusr-Et Steakhouse London was delayed due to Covid-19, but it has continued to see demand from people eager to make reservations.

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