Brighton restaurant offers cut-price version of notorious gold plated steak

Posted On 26 Nov 2021 at 12:30 pm

A Brighton restaurant has recreated an eye-wateringly expensive dish which has become a social media sensation – but is offering it at a small fraction of the price.

Nusret Gökçe – better known as Salt Bae – charges up to £1,450 for a gold plated steak at his new Knightsbridge restaurant, Nusr-Et.

The steak has been widely derided for its insane price tag, and the restaurant itself given a string of bad reviews by customers.

But for those who like the idea of a 24 carat steak, the Old Bank Steak Taverna & Bar in St George’s Road, Kemp Town, is offering its own version for £100.

While that is still a steep price, it can be shared between two or three people – and includes a donation to the Brighton Table Tennis Club.

Owner Stephen Logue said: “Our Tomahawk Steak is pure Irish beef which is covered in edible 24 carat gold foil…deliciously good for two or three people to share.”

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