Salt Bae is HIRING: In a three-day hiring blitz, Nusr-et London is looking for ‘waiters, bartenders, and restroom attendants.’


Salt Bae is HIRING: In a three-day hiring blitz, Nusr-et London is looking for ‘waiters, bartenders, and restroom attendants.’

SALT Bae is holding a three-day open house in the hopes of finding new employees for his opulent London restaurant.

Nusret Gökçe, the flamboyant Turkish chef best known as the online sensation ‘Salt Bae,’ is holding a recruiting spree at his Knightsbridge restaurant.

The online sensation just established Nusr-et, his 15th restaurant in the city, attracting the affluent and famous.

But now he’s looking for waiters, runners, bartenders, and a variety of other job titles to join his team.

Work at the top-tier restaurant is also sought after for bartenders, kitchen porters, and restroom attendants.

It’s unclear how much the Turkish chef will pay anyone who works for him, but anyone interested should come to the restaurant today, tomorrow, or Thursday.

Anyone interested in applying should bring their résumé and arrive between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

In addition to bartenders, Gökçe is looking for chefs to help him expand his already opulent menu.

They’d be taught how to make his gilded £630 golden tomahawk steak and a “golden burger.”

One hungry diner paid a total of £1,812.40 at Nusr-Et Steakhouse in the capital, according to a bill.

The diner ordered a single £100 ‘golden burger,’ a £23 salad, two £60 prawn tempura wraps, and a £10 corn on the cob, according to the receipt.

The most expensive item is the gold-leafed ‘huge tomahawk’ steak, which costs £18, an onion blossom costs £18, a Coke costs £9, and a Red Bull costs £11.

Brits who want to go to the restaurant for dinner should book a flight to Turkey instead, as the trip will be less expensive.

Jimi Famurewa, a culinary critic, said the restaurant was “categorically horrible,” with the gilded burger possibly being the worst in the capital.

He went on to say that the “sloppy” creamed spinach lacked fundamental spice, and that although getting a table pretty quickly, it was a waiting game from a roped-entrance queue to a “chairless” bar.

“It will have been worth it if I could save just one morbidly curious individual the expense and the trouble,” he says.

Regardless, the Knightsbridge branch appears to be fully booked for the foreseeable future.

It’s “almost impossible to obtain a seat,” according to Time Out, and Gemma Collins recently dined on the tomahawk steak with her boyfriend Rami Hawash.


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