In 2017, Nusret Gokce aka Salt Bae burst onto the world scene when a 36-second video titled ‘Ottoman Steak’ in which Bae seductively cut and salted a piece of meat began gaining traction on social media. The next morning Bruno Mars Tweeted a picture of Salt Bae with the caption, “Annndddd I’m Out,” and within
Few foods occupy the same delicious and debated status as a classic Philly Cheesesteak. Legend has it that the dish dates back to 1930 when a hot dog vendor named Pat Olivieri threw shredded beef and a mix of onions & peppers on the grill and made himself a sandwich. A passing cab driver asked
When Salt Bae announced he would be opening the latest branch of his lavish Nusr-Et steakhouses in West London’s swanky Knightsbridge neighborhood, it’s fair to say a lot of people were very excited. This latest branch will be the chef’s first in the UK following successful launches in New York, Dallas, Boston, Mykonos, Dubai, Istanbul
Fresh from being parodied on Saturday Night Live as “the most important chef in the world” new paperwork reveals Bae is already on the lookout for staff at the latest outpost of his global Nusr_Et chain. The huge two-story restaurant is moving to vacant space D5 at The Park right in the middle of the
After cooking steak for the likes of Conor McGregor, starring in DJ Khaled music videos, and opening up fancy steakhouses across the globe you’d be forgiven for thinking that Salt Bae had reached peak superstardom… you’d be wrong. The latest adventure in the seductive-salting story of a certain Turkish butcher is arguably his most glitzy.
Everyone’s favorite meat menace, Salt Bae, is well accustomed to rubbing shoulders with giants. The Turkish butcher has hosted some of the most recognizable people in the world at his global chain of Nurs_et Steakhouses. Not long after shooting to fame Bae hosted Oscar winning leading-man Leo DiCaprio. And who can forget when the legendary
Ever since Nusr-Et first seductively salted his way into social media folklore just over 3-years ago the world has quite literally been his oyster. Riding high on his social clout, the Turkish butcher has taken his chain of fancy steakhouses global with openings in glitzy hotspots like Mykonos, Dubai and Abu Dhabi to add to
In memory of Anthony Bourdain and what would have been his 63rd birthday on June 25th, we would like to remind everyone his simple rules on how not to mess up the cooking of a steak. His wisdom will live on forever!
There are many ways to cook a delicious steak. Whether you like Gordon Ramsay’s steak recipes, agree with Anthony Bourdain’s three most common steak mistakes, or like going fancy with gold-plated steak — there’s a wealth of options available to all steak lovers. Well, folks at Syracuse University have taken things up a notch. Set-up
Sometimes you want to cook your steak with a little flair or drama, and these three methods certainly deliver.