Salt Bae Net Worth 2020

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Salt Bae is a 36-year-old Turkish chef, restaurateur, and businessman from Erzurum, Turkey. He is the well known for running the Nusret chain of cafés, which are now found right across the world. Today, Salt Bae’s total assets are thought to be in the region of $50 million.

Salt Bae Net Worth

$50 Million

Net Worth:$50 million
Industry:Restaurateur,
Businessman
Real Name of Salt Bae:Nusret Gökçe
DOB:1983
How Old? Age?36 Years Old
Nationality:Turkish
Place of Birth:Erzurum, Turkey
Girlfriend/WifeUnknown
Last Updated:February 2020

Personal Life

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Salt Bae is the moniker of ‘Nusret Gökçe’. Many people don’t know the real name of Salt Bae is Nusret Gökçe.

Salt Bae grew up relatively poor, and his Dad was known to be a hard worker. Because of the lack of money in the family, Nusret had to leave school and work as a butcher in the Kadıköy area of Istanbul. This is where his talents started to develop.

Salt Bae has been known to do a lot of charity work in the area where he grew up, and he has been commemorated in many ways, such as with an art work on a school in his old town of Erzurum.

Salt Bae began producing a series of viral Internet vlogs which showcased his passion for all things meat. The videos portray his unique skill in carving and his followers love the way that he sprinkles salt on the juicy steaks. One of his recordings “Ottoman Steak” got well known on his restaurant’s Twitter account which was posted on 7 January 2017. It was viewed in excess of 10 million times on Instagram.

How Did Salt Bae Get His Name?

Nusret Gökçe got the name “Salt Bae” in light of his alluring method for sprinkling salt. He holds his hands high and drops salt from his fingertips to his lower arm which sprinkles onto the meat below. Nusret has broadened his online profile enormously and his eatery is generally visited by celebrities from around the world.

Eateries

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Between the years 2007 and 2010, Nusret began his adventure by visiting a couple of countries, including Argentina and the United States to perfect his techniques. He has actually worked for nothing in eateries to get an understanding and a working knowledge of how to be a cook and a restaurateur. In 2010, Nusret carried his experience to Turkey and opened his first eatery in Istanbul. Such was his success, he later opened another restarant in 2014 in Dubai.

The dishes served at Nusr-Et eatery have been said to be “overrated” by some. His New York City steakhouse at first got rather damning surveys and The New York Post’s stated that his eateries were “Public Rip-off No. 1”.

Regardless, Nusr-Et café got progressively more positive reviews. Celebrities such as Gabrielle Union have praised his food.

Salt Bae Controversies

Salt Bae has been heavily criticized in the past for his behavior. He was once caught posing in front of a picture of Cuban communist Fidel Castro.

He was later seen with a Venezuelan government official, Nicolás Maduro, eating at a Nusr-Et eatery in Istanbul, when the economic and political crisis in Venezuela was taking place.

Where are Salt Bae’s Restaurants?

You would now be able to discover ‘Nusr-Et’ branches in the following locations around the world:

  • Abu Dhabi and Dubai,
  • United Arab Emirates; Doha,
  • Qatar
  • Ankar
  • Bodrum
  • Istanbul and Marmaris
  • Turkey
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Greece
  • Miami
  • Florida
  • New York

To finish up, Salt Bae’s total assets are thought to be in region of $50 million, but his wealth is expected to rise in the coming year.

Check out his Instagram account – https://www.instagram.com/nusr_et/.

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