Nusret Gokçethe celebrity chef who served the golden meat to Brazilian athletes at the Nusr-et restaurant branch in Dohaat the Qatar, likes to flaunt. In addition to serving gold plated filletswhich cost about R$ 9,000, the Turkish businessman, known as Salt Bae, shows in his profile on social networks the large sums spent by customers of his restaurants.
It was like this on November 17th, when Gokçe posted the Nusr-et branch account at Abu Dhabi🇧🇷 With the caption “Quality is never expensive”, it shows the account of 645 thousand dirhams or about BRL 915 thousand🇧🇷
What made the dinner bill so expensive?
Four steaks covered with gold and many bottles of wine. On the bill are two Istanbul steaks covered with gold leaf, two golden Ottoman steaks, two filet mignon and 11 more fillet steaks, as well as 15 Baklava desserts (puff pastry with nut or pistachio filling) with gold.
But much of the bill comes from the wines. Gokçe’s customer chose some of the most expensive in the world, adding up to more than R$700,000 in bottles. Five bottles of Petrus, two bottles of Petrus 2009 Louis XIII and a bottle of Château Margaux – all are wines from the Bordeaux region of France and are among the most celebrated in the world.
All Nusr-et units serve gold-plated meat, which in the London restaurant costs around R$9,000. The hamburger, also golden, costs around R$600 in the English capital. Where Salt Bae is, it is guaranteed to see him serving customers live and doing the same performances he does on Instagram – with the right to serve the meat in the customer’s mouth.
“Salt Bae’s experience emphatically cutting a steak with his bare hands in front of him is somehow sexual and certainly disturbing”, wrote the food critic of the New York magazine “Time out”, in 2018. About the meats, he said: “Nusr-Et steaks are as salty as they are expensive”.
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