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Extortionate Price Of Coffee At Salt Bae’s London Restaurant Latest To Annoy People

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Extortionate Price Of Coffee At Salt Bae’s London Restaurant Latest To Annoy People

The prices at Salt Bae's restaurants will never fail to cause mass panic which explains why, when someone shared a picture of their bill, people couldn't quite get over the price of a coffee.

Not just any coffee, it should be pointed out, but a GOLDEN CAPPUCCINO (yes, in uppercase and everything).

Credit: Instagram/@nusr_et
Credit: Instagram/@nusr_et

So how much exactly would you be spending on a post-meal caffeine boost exactly at Bae's restaurant? 50 English pounds. 50 quid. 50 squiddliroonies. EXCUSE ME?

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Well, it's apparently true and it came to light after featuring on someone's bill (who clearly didn't read the prices beforehand or has more money than sense). Now, we all like a coffee - a cappuccino in fact - but come on, world.

As well as the customer's eyewatering coffee, other things that stuck out were also a £1,450 'Golden Giant Tomahawk' steak and a £100 burger.

With the nearly £300 service charge, the total price for the meal came to a whopping £2,274.70. Would anyone else begrudge adding 30p and rounding the bill up to £2,275?

The eye-watering bill showing the £50 'Golden Cappucino'. Credit: Supplied
The eye-watering bill showing the £50 'Golden Cappucino'. Credit: Supplied
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When the coffee conundrum came to everyone's attention, the News For All Twitter page posted a tweet which reads: "Salt Bae is charging £50 for a coffee at his restaurant."

In response, someone asked whether it could be explained in football terms to which another user wrote: "Man City actually bought Jack Grealish for 100 million."

Others didn't bat an eyelid at the prices, with one commenting: "I don't see what the problem is? I've tasted it, it's phenomenal coffee so I treat myself most mornings because I can. Can't afford it? Don't buy it."

Alright, show off.

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The new London restaurant. Credit: Instagram/@nusr_et
The new London restaurant. Credit: Instagram/@nusr_et

In agreement with the latter, someone added: "Absolute facts, went there for dinner the other night, spent 3 months rent on a meal, but I can do that without consequence and it was a f*****g lovely meal."

When someone asked: "So? It's an expensive restaurant what do u expect?" Another quickly responded: "Coffee for less than [sic] £50."

In a nutshell.

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Salt Bae - whose real name is Nusret Gökçe - opened the Knightsbridge eatery on 23 September and it's been raising eyebrows ever since.

The London restaurant is one out of his 15-strong Nusr-Et Steakhouse chain so he's clearly doing something right. I'll try and figure that out over a coffee (Nescafé Azera, if you must know. Only bought when it's on special offer at £3 a tub or less.)

Featured Image Credit: Sipa US/Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Celebrity, Community

Rebecca Shepherd
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