People have been absolutely shocked by how much one table spent at Salt Bae's restaurant in Abu Dhabi.
It's no secret that dining at one of the influencer restaurateur's establishments will have you reaching deep into your pockets.
They have a steak covered in gold leaf, just to give you an idea of what you'll find on the menu.
Salt Bae, whose real name is Nusret Gökçe, posted a photo of one bill and there are a lot of digits at the bottom.
The diners who ate at the Nusr-Et Steakhouse Abu Dhabi ordered a decent amount of food and beverages during their stay and their total payout was 615,065 United Arab Emirates Dirhams.
When you convert that huge sum, it works out to be around £141,190 (AUD$250,500, USD$167,500).
That is one chunky restaurant bill.
When you spread that across the 14 people who sat at the table, it looks like the night was around £1,000 per person.
However, if you look right at the end of the bill, you'll see that service charge isn't included.
With a bill that high, you can probably bet everyone had to dig a little deeper to fork out for a tip.
If you look through the bill, you'll see there were a few standout orders that saw the end price skyrocket.
There were five bottles of Pétrus wine that ended up being half the bill at 325,000 United Arab Emirates Dirhams (£74,570, AUD$132,330, USD$88,495).
There were two 2009 Louis XIII Pétrus wine bottles that cost 200,000 United Arab Emirates Dirhams (£45,901, AUD$81,400, USD$54,400).
So, these orders alone managed to jack up the bill by a fair chunk.
The rest of the bill appears to be your standard food offerings that would adequately feed a little more than a dozen people.
However, after posting the bill to Instagram, it seems like Salt Bae's followers aren't impressed.
One user said: "I really don't think this is a very intelligent way to showcase this man's restaurant, prices and lifestyle. [However] this type of post honestly just makes the massive majority of people around the world disturbed and unattracted to visiting any of the restaurants that maybe in their city or in a destination they are visiting."
Another added: "Yea ok bro lol No matter how much money you have those prices are ridiculous."
A third wrote: "I'd rather buy an apartment with this much money."
Safe to say, while some people are impressed by this sort of fine dining, others are certainly not.
Featured Image Credit: Nusret Gökçe/Instagram