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Salt Bae’s £630 steak is now available for takeaway

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You can get the Salt Bae experience from the comfort of your home (Picture: Getty)

Would you pay £210 for a takeaway rack of lamb? Or perhaps £399 for a Tomahawk steak?

Well if you’d like something slightly more boujee than McDonalds, you can now order Salt Bae’s meaty dishes to enjoy from the comfort of your home.

And yes, that includes the viral Giant Tomahawk steak (which used to be wrapped in gold leaf) for an eye-watering £630.

The restaurateur, whose real name is Nusret Gökçe, has listed his Nusr-et Steakhouse restaurant, located in Knightsbridge, on Deliveroo and Uber Eats.

The expensive steakhouse offers a large number of seafood and meat dishes, mocktails, wines and desserts, but they are all sure to cost you a pretty penny. And, don’t think eating at home means you’ll pay less – as most of the menu is the same price. 

Salt Bae’s Nusr-Et steak restaurant opened in 2021 (Picture: Leon Neal/Getty Images)

We wouldn’t like to be one of the delivery drivers who’ll have to whizz through London’s streets carrying steak that costs more than half a grand. 

There are slightly more affordable options though: there’s the £45 house burger or the steak tartare, which is listed for £34. 

For sushi fans, there’s the salmon avocado nigiri, which is erm, just, £23.

Fancy a drink to go alongside your meal? It might cost you the price of a small second-hand hatchback, but you could ditch that takeaway diet coke for The Chateu Latour Pauillac Ler Growth Grand Cru 1982 – yours for £4,700. The cheapest bottle, however, is £155, which suddenly seems like a total bargain.

Salt Bae rose to internet fame in 2017, after a video showed him suavely slicing and salting steak (hence the nickname). Four years later, he opened his restaurant, which became famous for offering a 24-carat gold-leaf steak, priced at £700.

Salt Bae’s viral video made him a huge internet star (Picture: by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)

Knightsbridge may be known for its more expensive dining experiences, but the general consensus is that his prices are pretty absurd.

X user @omnimojo wrote: ‘It’s cheaper to fly and have food at Salt Bae’s Turkish restaurant than to go to the London one – £9 for coke, £630 for Tomahawk steak. No thank you.’

But Salt Bae does have his share of fans. Commenter @habibiting shared: ‘Salt Bae’s restaurant is actually super fire and I recommend it especially if he’s on sight at the location you’re at. It’s expensive but it’s quality and you pay for the show.’

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