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Millionaire brothers Tristan and Andrew Tate have slammed "pathetic" people who critcise London restautant Nusr-Et's staggering prices.
The restaurant, created by internet icon Nusret Gökçe – a.k.a. Salt Bae, has hit headlines recently for charging sky-high prices for its food.
This includes £850 for a gold-coated steak and £100 for a burger.
However, businessmen brothers Andrew and Tristan – who run an OnlyFans management agency – say "desperate" people are only slating it as they "can't afford it".
Opening up to Daily Star, Tristan said: "A lot of people are hating on this guy, Salt Bae. And a lot of people are criticising him for the massive mark up on his prices."
He added: "I went to his restaurant and had an absolutely lovely experience.
"You have to understand, this is nothing new, people have been paying Japanese chefs to be flipping food around at places like Benihana since the 1960s.
"You think they aren’t marking up the price on their rice and shrimp? People are mad at this guy, I think he’s a genius.
"He cuts meat and sprinkles salt on it, and he’s worth $60 million (£44 million) with some of the premier restaurants in the world."
Tristan continued: "The most elite are eating as his places and he rubs shoulders with the rich and the famous, what an amazing story.
"I was at his restaurant, the food was absolutely top quality, the steak was the best steak in the world.
"The important this to remember is the people who can afford eat at a restaurants like that, people like me, whether I ate McDonalds or Nusr-Et, my bank balance remains essentially the same.
"I’m not going to eat his steaks in exchange for paying my rent or in exchange for putting fuel in my car. It doesn’t matter to me because I’m not paying for the steak, I’m paying for the experience."
Brother Andrew, who is also a champion kickboxer, agreed, adding: "The reason a bottle of champagne to drink at home is £100 and at a club is £700 is because of the production value you get with it.
"In terms of restaurants today, Salt Bae’s restaurants are top quality in production value. This guy cuts meat for a living, and so do millions of other people in the world, but I do say, whatever you do, try to be the best at it."
He added: "A lot of people are desperate for attention on social media and will happily criticise something for a few likes regardless of the luxury experience behind it.
"It’s pathetic, people know the prices of these restaurants so if you can’t afford it, go elsewhere."
The brothers comments come after furious diners who have visited the pricey London restaurant slammed the "overhyped" eatery and said it's £850 steak is "like a kebab shop".
One person wrote on TripAdviser: "I thought this was a joke… unfortunately, it’s not! Inferior food and massively overhyped prices.
"The steaks were barely edible, and the prices bring water to the eyes.
"I’ve had better kebabs in Knightsbridge for under £7. The whole experience was shocking."
While another reviewer labelled the menu "overpriced TikTok food".
Tristan and Andrew have also hit headlines in the past themselves too, as Tristan revealed how he grew up on a council estate, but now is a millionaire and owns 15 cars.
No wonder he doesn't mind forking out for the steak…
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