Headed to Dallas this weekend with a wad of cash in your pocket? That's what it'll take to eat at Salt Bae's new restaurant opening this weekend in Dallas, Texas.

Salt Bae is a Turkish chef whose claim to fame is the seductive and sensual manner in which he sprinkles salt on food. He now owns a chain of high-end luxury restaurants, his latest Nusr-Et Steakhouse, opens in Dallas this weekend.

Would you pay $1000 for a steak? $10 for a Sprite? $15 for french fries? $19 for mashed potatoes? You will if you eat at Nusr-Et Steakhouse.

To be fair, the Tomahawk Wagyu steak is covered in eatable 24-karat gold. Oddly enough, the 24-karat gold doesn't affect the taste at all.

The service is sexy and loud and if you're lucky, Salt Bae will cut your steak and put it in your mouth himself.

The prices aren't keeping people away, Bae's restaurants are so popular, foodies have a hard time getting a reservation.

Nusr-Et Steakhouse is located at 1900 Pearl St., Dallas, Texas. Most seating is indoors but patio seating is available.

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