A customer’s receipt from Nusr-Et Steakhouse has gone viral on social media after totalling a staggering £1,812.40 – with a single steak priced at £630 and just four Red Bulls costing £44.
The eye-watering bill from ‘Salt Bae’s’ newly opened restaurant in London‘s Knightsbridge also shows the table of eight customers had a £236.40 service charge added to their spend.
Elsewhere, the customers paid £9 per glass of coke, £12 on four pieces of sweetcorn and £200 on a rack of lamb.
People have taken to Twitter to admit the prices on the viral receipt have discouraged them from visiting the restaurant, despite the opening having been highly anticipated since Nusret Gokce, also known as Salt Bae, went viral in 2017.
A customer’s receipt (pictured) has gone viral on social media after Twitter users spotted the eye-watering cost of Red Bull in addition to the service charge
Twitter users have been reacting to the prices of items on the menu at Nusret Gokce’s (pictured) newly opened restaurant in London’s Knightsbridge
Twitter user Jamil Amin shared a picture of the receipt with the caption: ’44 great British pounds for four Red Bulls… having a laugh.’
The post has since racked up almost 10,000 likes with many people admitting they are shocked by the staggeringly high prices on the menu.
One person wrote: ‘What the f*** is a golden burger? £100 is it the best burger in the world? And £630 for a steak? Lol I would have refused to pay and walked out… That’s absolutely ridiculous £44 for Red Bull is also a nonsense’
Another said: ‘I hope the rest of the cow was given to you in a goody bag! £630 for a steak’
A third added: ‘£9 for a coke. Bet the glass was short and thin and filled with ice to the brim. Lol’ ‘Why is baklava £22 lmao! I need to see that portion phew,’ another wrote.
The menu includes steaks that cost more than £1400 and ‘meat spaghetti’ for £85
Meat ‘spaghetti’ costs a whopping £85 while steak – not coated in gold – is up to £360. And a rack of lamb cost £300
A glass of champagne will set customers back up to £59 at the restaurant
Those hoping to save money by not drinking alcohol will be shocked to discover a 250ml glass of coke is a whopping £9
Four pieces of sushi is a whopping £30 at the establishment
London diners will be able to get their hands on the 24-Carat gold Tomhawk steak, which has previously been a menu item in their Dubai branch (pictured)
Rumours of Salt Bae’s London branch have been circulating since 2017. He wrote on Instagram this week: ‘I was waiting very long time but finally dream come true’
A flood of responses to the receipt have questioned how the restaurant can justify charging £630 for a steak as well as £100 for a burger
Others were quick to comment on the £236.40 service charge, with one saying: ‘It’s the fact they have the nerve to add service charge after serving food and drink at 3 x the average price’
Another chimed in: ‘Wow people are out here spending my entire bank balance in one night’ A third said: ‘The cheek to still charge service too! D*** that’s a flight!’
‘It’s way cheaper to fly to Turkey and go to the original restaurant,’ another joked.
Salt Bae, real name Nusret Gokce, owns a chain of Nusr-Et restaurants and is known for his theatrical salt-sprinkling antics
The hotly anticipated new restaurant has been ‘opened at the heart of the world’ the restaurateur wrote online
Twitter users have joked that it’s cheaper to fly to Nusret’s original restaurant in Turkey than to pay the £236.40 service charge
Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret, has racked up over 38million followers on Instagram since he went viral on social media in 2017 for his way of seasoning meat.
The 38-year-old, who has been nicknamed Salt Bae by fans, currently has 17 restaurants in his successful chain and has a legion of celebrity devotees including DJ Khaled, Leonardo DiCaprio and David Beckham.
Nusret has been spotted slicing meat for customers at his newly opened London restaurant, where specials include a Golden Giant Tomahwak steak for £1,450, Golden Giant Striplion for £1,350 and Golden Kafes for £500.
The opening of Nusr-Et Steakhouse was delayed due to Covid- 19, but has remained in demand with people eager to make reservations.
The Turkish-born butcher already has 19 restaurants across the world which are popular with celebs including Conor McGregor (pictured together) , P Diddy, David Beckham and Leonardo DiCaprio. The new branch is sure to be a London hotspot
Nusret Gokce is pictured with DJ Khaled at his birthday party in 2017. Salt Bae has lots of celeb fans including Sean Diddy Combs, Fergie, and Meghan Trainor