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You will no doubt be aware that Salt Bae recently opened a new restaurant in London, with diners forking out hundreds - if not, thousands - on the chef's meaty wares.
Earlier this week, a diner shared a photo of their bill from their visit to the Knightsbridge eatery, which set them back a truly eye-watering £1,821.40.
Yep, and for that, among other items, they got a 'Giant Tomahawk' steak for £630, a burger for £100 and four Red Bulls for £44.
Well, with the internet being the gift that it is, people - shocked by the cost of Bae's grub - have been leaving incredible reviews of the steakhouse.
And by incredible, I mean incredible.
Sharing their thoughts on the restaurant, one person said: "Had to win Squid Game to afford this."
Another quipped: "Came here then realised I couldn't afford anything on the menu. Asked him to just sprinkle salt into my mouth instead. An absolute pleasure. Defo coming back for the pepper next time."
"Sold my left b*****k to eat here... might have to sell my kidney so my kids can come next time," put a third.
While another added: "Best place I've been to. Very good value for money. After paying £11 for Red Bull and £100 for a burger, I can say that a letter from HMRC has arrived stating that I have now been declared bankrupt.
"But at least the Turkish tea was free."
Earlier this week, the internet was aghast at the sheer cost of the food and drink at Salt Bae's, real name Nusret Gokce, new gaff.
#Nusret Who's Rolling to The Knightsbridge Branch?
£18 for 2 cokes
Must be .2 of Coke :tired_face: pic.twitter.com/6IH4s2JIgm
- STEVO THE MAD MAN (@StevoTheMadMan) September 27, 2021
A tweet from @StevoTheMadMan, which shared a photo of the bill in question, was captioned: "#Nusret Who's Rolling to The Knightsbridge Branch?
"£18 for 2 cokes.
"Must be .2 of Coke."
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?"]
But despite the ridicule, we don't think it's going to do anything to dent Bae's confidence or his success.
LADbible has contacted Nusr-Et for a comment.