Salt Bae unveils plans for massive new mega restaurant in Ibiza – complete with hotel rooms and a swimming pool | The Sun
INSTAGRAM viral chef Salt Bae has announced that he will open a mega restaurant in Ibiza – fit with a giant pool and deluxe apartment rooms.
Nusret Gökçe, aka Salt Bae, unveiled his new plans for a mega restaurant on Instagram on Friday morning.
The social media influencer rose to fame after being filmed sprinkling salt on a customer's steak in 2017.
Off the back of his viral video recorded in Turkey, Salt Bae opened high-end restaurants called Nusr-Et in Dubai, New York and London – where steaks cost up to an eye-watering sum of £1,450.
The Turkish butcher has been pictured serving world-famous stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio and David Beckham.
Now the cook has told his Instagram followers that he is set to open a restaurant in Ibiza – his first in Spain.
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He was pictured on an enormous construction site near the heart of Ibiza's party district, next to one of the island's largest beach resorts.
The giant complex will feature swimming pools, restaurants and apartment rooms.
He wrote: "I am currently doing the most important project of my life in ibiza, housing and restaurants project, i love you ibiza, i love you spain ES #saltbae #salt #saltlife."
But the chef has been slammed for his restaurants' ill-treatment of staff members, The Sun revealed in July.
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His pricey restaurants were hit with several lawsuits, which included accusations of sexual and racial discrimination, siphoning off tips, and breaking employment law.
A bathroom attendant who worked at Nusr-Et Midtown filed her lawsuit in mid-2021.
She said that she was asked to "show her feet" -and was not allowed to complain about customers' behaviour.
Staff members claimed Salt Bae "condoned" this behaviour.
The restaurant's lawyers denied the allegations in court documents.
The famous chef also came under fire for invading the pitch after Argentina won the World Cup in 2022 as he robbed Lionel Messi of his special moment.
Fifa's guidelines state that only World Cup winners and heads of state were allowed to touch the trophy – which he kissed, having snatched it from Tottenham defender Christian Romero's baby.
Salt Bae's restaurant in Knightsbridge, London was rated as one of the worst in the city.
Following a torrent of negative reviews, Nusr-Et launched a set lunch menu for £39 per person.
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