The menu at Nusr-et is limited and absurdly expensive, even by New York City steakhouse standards. There’s a leafy salad for $25. The steaks, meanwhile, cost between $70, for boneless strips of tenderloin, and $275 , for a wagyu Tomahawk. (The other Nusr-ets, of which there are nine, are similarly pricey.)
The site lists 15 Nusr-Et locations currently open worldwide, with two operating in the United States — one in New York and one in Miami. The Boston location will be restaurant No. 16 for the chain and is located near the city’s Back Bay and Bay Village neighborhoods.
It is estimated that Salt Bae is worth somewhere in the neighborhood of $50 million (via Fotolog). He is certainly the epitome of a self-made man.
So, of course Instagram sensation Salt Bae (a.k.a. Nusret Gökçe) has a “ Golden Tomahawk” on the menu of his Miami Nusr-Et Steakhouse where a bone-in wagyu ribeye is encased in 24 karat gold leaf. The steak would set you back $275 on its own, but with the gold ? $1,000.
Gökçe was born in Erzurum, Turkey. His family is Kurdish . His father worked in a mine. Due to financial constraints of his family, he had to leave school at the 6th grade.
Steaks run from $70 to $275 . No matter how much show comes on the side, when you pay that much, you expect a meal that tastes good.
Salt Bae Net Worth: Nusret Gökçe aka Salt Bae is a Turkish chef, butcher, restaurateur, and a businessperson with a net worth of $50 million . The 5ft 8in (1.74m) was born on 9 August 1983 in Erzurum, Turkey. Salt Bae Net Worth .
|Real Name||Nusret Gökçe|
|Net Worth in 2020||$50 Million US Dollars|
|Last Updated||16 May, 2020|
The Nusr-Et steak restaurant in Dubai , owned by Turkish celebrity chef Salt Bae, is offering guests gold-plated hunks of beef for $1,250 AED (£268/$340) a pop.
Because of his resilience and of course, his viral meme, Salt Bae has earned $60 million .
At his New York City restaurant, Gökçe pulls off his signature move using Maldon flakes. “He says salt is essential because it brings out flavor,” a spokesperson told Eater, “especially when finishing off meat .” Nusr-Et currently goes through at least five large buckets of pricey — but delicious — Maldon per week.
The elusive character shot to fame with his viral meme of sprinkling salt onto expertly sliced meat and has boomed ever since. He has two restaurants here in Dubai , as well as one in Abu Dhabi. Nusr-Et originally opened in Istanbul, before the second in Four Seasons Resort Jumeirah.
Salt Bae is a nickname for Turkish chef Nusret Gökçe, whose videos depict him chopping meat and then adding seasoning in a theatrical manner, a move which is also called a Salt Bae .