Salt Bae’s Nusr-Et restaurant slammed over ‘salty’ steak by customer
A customer visiting the restaurant owned by 'Salt Bae' complained that the steak was too salty.
Salt Bae is an internet sensation known for his extravagant restaurants and flamboyant seasoning methods, which saw him go viral on social media several years ago.
However, one recent review calls out the London branch for using 'too much salt', My London reports.
Nusr-Et Steakhouse London is continuously criticised for its high price- there have even been tales of diners with receipts for over £37,000 – but some have said it's not worth it.
After visiting in December, a diner left the review entitled: "One of worst places I have ever eaten."
They said about the restaurant owned by someone called Salt Bae: "Like the brand, I have been to his place in Istanbul and it was great.
"Here the quality or meat was bad, too much salt. Food was just not good. Service is rude and time limit on an A la Carte restaurant?!"
It finishes with the conclusion that "he should close this place before it ruined his reputation."
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Seems rather ironic that Nusr-Et Steakhouse would be slammed for something that its very owner is named after.
There has been such a flood of negative reviews since Nusr-Et Steakhouse opened that TripAdvisor had to put the page on 'lockdown', as the restaurant became one of the lowest-rated in the city.
Diners were then unable to leave reviews as the site 'temporarily suspended publishing'.
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A spokesperson for TripAdvisor told MyLondon: “We apply lockdown notices whenever a property receives an influx of review submissions that do not describe a first-hand customer experience.
“Our review guidelines state clearly that we only accept reviews that describe the reviewer’s first-hand experience.
“For that reason, we do not allow second-hand commentary from reviewers who may have heard or read about an incident via social media or editorial media reports."
This measure has since been lifted.
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