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​People Blown Away By Jaw-Dropping Bill At Salt Bae's New London Restaurant

Anish Vij

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​People Blown Away By Jaw-Dropping Bill At Salt Bae's New London Restaurant

With Salt-Bae's unique technique that he shared with us in 2017, many of us have attempted the famous salt sprinkle onto our fish and chips.


However, his new Knightsbridge restaurant, 'Nusr-Et Steakhouse London', that opened four days ago (Sep 23) has certainly raised a few eyebrows, to say the least.

A bill from the restaurant was shared on Twitter and users can't believe how much it cost the customers.

The bill racked up to £1,821.40.

I mean that's probably more costly than an arm and a leg put together.

The most expensive thing on there was a 'Giant Tomahawk' steak, which was a whopping £630.

Although, the item that seemed to rattle social media's cage was two Coca Cola Lights that cost an eye-watering £18.

The tweet was shared by @StevoTheMadMan and it was captioned: "#Nusret Who's Rolling to The Knightsbridge Branch?

"£18 for 2 cokes.

"Must be .2 of Coke."

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

One user wrote: "£11 for red bull, i'm smuggling that in from corner shop £1 a can."

Another said: "How they adding a service charge, what's the rest of the £17 of my coke for then?"

Despite having ticked off a lot of people on social media, it is very unlikely it will impact Salt-Bae's 38 million Insta following.

The London restaurant is one out of his 15-strong Nusr-Et Steakhouse chain.

LADbible has contacted Nusr-Et for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Food, London

Anish Vij
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