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United Kingdom: Restaurant offers a budget version of Salt Bae’s Golden Steak

A restaurant in the UK has decided to offer a cheap version of the gold-plated steak from Salt Bae – it costs just £100.

Do you remember the famous? Steak Salt By Gold (who was also eaten by soccer player Franck Ribery amid thousands of controversies), better known as Nusrat Gökçe? OK UK Restaurant present to him Economy version Steak covered with gold.

John Stirk, that’s the name of the butcher and restaurateur who owns The Butcher’s Deli in Durham and the Stirks Italian Steakhouse in Sunderland, explained that he was shocked by one fact: Since Salt Bae in London began spreading news of this sumptuous dish that costs £1,450 for a gold-plated steakHere, Sterk noticed something.

People were posting pictures of what was happening at Salt Bae, but they were just posting more than pictures of the food. receipt photos How much did that steak cost?

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Hence the great idea: to create a cheaper version to make it more accessible to everyone. This is how it was laid out Steak covered with 24 karat gold at 100 pounds.

According to Sterk it is “silly” That people spend nearly 1,500 pounds (roughly 1,800 euros) on a single steak. Thanks to its cheap version, people can eat it without having to spend month salary.

Thus Stirk will serve two Premium quality rib eye steaksCovered in 24 karat gold. Then John added that it wasn’t something they wanted to do, but they felt they had to do it to prove that it could be done and that it could be cheaper.

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To get the idea for steak was Paul Rowntree, Executive Chef of Broadway Pub Co. The steak costs €100 and comes with four sauces: it’s not something you eat at random, but if you go out to eat”special eventYou can also try it once.

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