A man shared his bill receipt of the celebrity restaurant Nusr-Et Steakhouse, and social media users slammed him for spending too much on one meal.
A $37,000 bill receipt of dinner from a famous restaurant went viral on social media recently. It shows a $30,000 wine bill and $4,829 as service charges plus the charges for food. The restaurant Nusr-Et Steakhouse in London’s Knightsbridge is owned by Turkish butcher-turned-chef Nusret Gokce, also referred to as Salt Bae.
Nusret Gokce has 38 Million followers on a famous social media site, ‘Instagram’ because his specific antics of sprinkling salt on meat went viral on social media in 2017.
People call him ‘Salt Bae,’ and this 38-year-old man owns 17 restaurants.His celebrity devotees include David Beckham, Leonardo DiCaprio, and DJ Khaled.
The users have left remarkable views about the restaurant’s food, although it is expensive but the appreciation on service is excellent.
The restaurant has an excellent rating with 4.8 stars on Google and 4. 7 stars on Facebook. This week, the restaurant was also accused of removing the negative comments and reviews about expensive food and high service charges.
The bill receipt shared by a customer faced severe backlash as people called him rich and stupid. $37,000 is too much to spend on just one meal. Although most of the bill covers the drinks’ charges, people still think it is ridiculous to throw away money just like that.
The opening of this celebrity restaurant in London was delayed due to the pandemic. Still, people are waiting, and despite the expensive food, they are willing to reserve their seats as soon as possible. The price of Golden Giant Tomahawk steak is $1,450, Golden Giant Striplion is $1,350, and Golden Kafes is $500.
Please share this article with people around you and let them know the perks of being rich. Also, ask them if they would spend this much money on food just because it’s from a celebrity restaurant. Let us know your views in the comments as well.
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