Salt Bae: Customer at London restaurant Nurs-Et claims they were given 30 minutes to leave when the food was served

Typically, when you go to an expensive or Michelin-starred restaurant, you expect the quality and attention of the service to be as good as the food.

But in the case of Salt Bae, a former customer claims their table was told midway through their meal that they only had 30 minutes left to finish their food.

The disgusting eatery took to TripAdvisor to share their complaints about the Instagram-famous butcher restaurant in London, claiming that Nusr-Et reminded them of Ikea.

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Nusr-Et has previously been under fire for its high price tags

They started with a positive tone and complimented the restaurant’s “beautiful” design, but it was so far.

After having to pick up an employee to come to take their beverage order, the customer claims that when the table food arrived, there were no sides.

They wrote: “We had no pages delivered and so I asked the waiter if they were on their way, at this point the answer was very short and blunt as if I had made a mistake, the staff then came in the middle of the meal and warned us about , that we had 30 minutes (he put our pages on the table when he said that!) so we could allow others to use the table as there is a fast turnaround time. ”

Customers who want to indulge in Salt Bae’s iconic restaurant seem to be told they only have two hours to put in a steak with gold leaf.



Diner was surprised by the restaurant’s rapid conversion policy

For those who want to spray money on Nusr-Et, it may be surprising to hear that they have a fast treatment policy – especially if you are cashing out thousands.

The customer said: “It’s like Ikea, it looks good, but its poor quality (service and food).

“I actually chose not to have Nusr-Et to cut our steak, I just wanted good food.

“Do not follow the hype, if you want good food, there are hundreds of better options for good food in London, regardless of your price range.”



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They claimed that the steaks at Salt Bae’s venue were “above average, but not much more”, and that there are better steakhouses out there with virtually no reputation in comparison.

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