- IT contractor Chirag Suchak dine at ‘Salt Bay’ Nusar-et steakhouse
- After the meal he said the experience is the selling point and that he had ‘better’
- Said people are paying premium just for taking photos with Salt Ba
- This comes after claims that the restaurant removed bad reviews after reacting to the prices.
After weeks of criticism over the prices, it turns out that even millionaires think Salt Bay’s London Steakhouse is overpriced.
Turkish chef, Nusrat Goke, rose to fame in 2017 for his unusual meat seasoning technique, where he allowed salt to flow down his elbow, and was seen chopping meat for customers at his newly opened London restaurant, where special Includes a Golden Giant Tomahawk Steak for £1,450, Golden Giant Striplion for £1,350 and Golden Cafe for £500.
However, according to 33-year-old London millionaire Chirag Suchak, the food at Nusser-et Steakhouse London in Knightsbridge isn’t worth the price, and people are actually paying a premium just to take a picture with Salt Bea for Instagram. Huh.
talking to my london, an IT contractor working for investment banks and claiming to be a millionaire, delivered a scathing verdict after spending £150 on food, saying: ‘I’ve done better.’
Chirag Suchak posed with Nusret Goke at the Salt Bay restaurant. Chirag thinks food is too expensive
Chirag and his friends were lured by the restaurant after hearing a debacle on the ‘unfair’ £37,000 bill recently shared on Reddit and quickly went viral.
The previous customer, whose bill included a hefty £4,829.10 fee, was labeled ‘rich and stupid’ by critics.
After seeing this, Chirag and his friends decided in a WhatsApp group to find out if the food was worth the hype, after asking how one could charge £630 for a steak and £11 for Red Bull .
Chirag admitted, ‘I would say the food is good, but it is not worth the price they charge.’
Nusrat Goke rose to fame in 2017 after a video of him using his elbow to season his meat went viral
Chirag, who doesn’t eat red meat, didn’t go to eat the infamous steak himself, but both fried onions and asparagus cost 18 pounds, 12 pounds of mashed potatoes, 10 pounds of chips and a few non-alcoholic drinks, along with Ate together. Some of your friend’s wine costs £150 for their share of the bill, which includes the service charge.
‘I’ve definitely done better. My friends who had steak and golden burgers say the same thing,’ he said.
The millionaire chalks it up to an ‘experience’ rather than a place you only go to for food, and says that uploading advertised selfies with chefs later on social media is a big part of that.
‘You’re paying to see Nushrat and the way she cuts steak with her black glove, and what she does when she squeezes a burger.’
He predicted that restaurant novelty would wear off within months after people got bored and moved on to the next promoted thing.
It comes after Nusser-Et Steakhouse was accused of removing negative reviews following a backlash over ‘extortion’.
According to my london news, ‘When it first opened it took a flurry of reviews to criticize the restaurant’ has since ‘disappeared’.
The restaurant now has 4.8 stars on Google and 4.7 stars on Facebook, where one customer wrote: ‘What can I say other than wow! Yes, the prices are not cheap, but you do get what you pay for in terms of service, ambience and quality of food and drink.
‘I was fortunate enough to meet Nusrat and she is a lovely, humble man. The theater was absolutely spectacular with Nusrate slicing the signature steak and then later by another gentleman performing the baklava.’
Only one less flattering review remains, with customers describing it as ‘too expensive’ and ‘not kid-friendly’.
A customer has been slammed after spending £37,000 at the celebrity restaurant Nusser-et Steakhouse in Knightsbridge, London
A customer receipt from Nusr-Et Steakhouses last month showed how a single steak cost £630, with four Red Bulls costing £44.
The eye-watering bill also showed how a service charge of £236.40 was added to their spending on a table of eight customers.
He also paid £9 per glass of Coke, £12 for four pieces of sweetcorn and £200 for a rack of lamb, sparking outrage on social media.
Twitter user Jameel Amin shared a picture of the receipt with the caption: ’44 great British pounds for four Red Bulls…laughs.’
The post garnered nearly 10,000 likes and many admitted that they were surprised by the exorbitantly high prices on the menu.
One user wrote: ‘What the f*** is the golden burger? £100 Is this the best burger in the world? And £630 for steak? lol, I refused to pay and walked out… that’s absolutely ridiculous £44 for Red Bull, that’s also a crap’
Another said: ‘I hope the rest of the cow was given to you in a nice bag! £630 for a steak
A third addition: ‘£9 for a coke. Bet the glass was small and thin and filled with ice to the edge. lol” why baklava is £22 lmao! I need to see that part,’ wrote another.
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