I dined at one of Salt Bae's restaurants but will never go back – the reason is shocking | The Sun

A FOOD lover has vowed to never again dine at one of Salt Bae's restaurants after being left disappointed.

Gustavo Tosta, who runs Guga Foods on TikTok, insisted he can make a steak that tastes just as good as the celebrity chef's – but with a smaller price tag.

He and a friend were left stunned when they realised it was going to cost a whopping $1,200 (£900) for just the two of them to eat.

Gustavo said in a TikTok video: "Here's the reason I would never go back to Salt Bae's restaurant.

"We arrived in the restaurant all happy and then we find out the price."

His friend can be heard saying in a clip from the eatery: "Holy s**t. $1,200 for two people?"

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The pair ordered one of Salt Bae's famed gold leaf steaks but they were not impressed with what they dished up.

Gustavo said: "It just tasted like a regular steak so I went ahead and cooked my own.

"I seasoned it with salt, freshly ground black pepper and garlic powder. Then I went ahead and took it outside and cooked it on the grill.

"But I was missing one ingredient – gold. And guess how much this cost me. $8. And I was able to cover the whole steak with it.

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"Now the big question is, is it better?".

Another of his friends then tasted the steak, and insisting "I can't taste the difference".

It comes after a diner revealed how he racked up a £7,100 bill at another of Salt Bae's restaurants-despite not ordering steak.

TikTok user Mitch showed off a receipt including £43 for a cheese starter and £13.50 for a small side of mashed potato.

Meanwhile, Turkish social media star Salt Bae – real name Nusret Gökçe – has come under fire for his antics at the World Cup final.

The fame hungry chef has been slammed after badgering Messi for a selfie, as well as cringey videos with the Argentina captain, Kylian Mbappe and Robert Lewansowski.

His rap sheet also includes picking up the World Cup trophy, a privilege reserved for the winning players, heads of state and FIFA officials, and grabbing and biting a player's medal.

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