By Noora Al Khoori

Nusr-Et Steakhouse is a Turkish cuisine which became the primary destination for the experts of meat that is created by Nusret Gokce who is a 34 master butcher for over 20 years and was one of the veritable ambassadors of steak culture in Istanbul. Gokce started out as a butcher when he was 16, and is now the owner of six Nusr-Et restaurants across Turkey. It was opened in Abu Dhabi late 2016 and is located in the heart of the capital’s luxurious centre “The Galleria” in Sowwah Square on Al Maryah Island and has a beautiful lake and towers view.

Nusr-Et Steakhouse opened its doors in 2010, and it quickly became one of the top and known restaurants globally with its top quality steaks and service quality by offering many unique and chosen options to meatlovers. And later, it became the top address for meatlovers since it opened and continues to be different with its food offerings, atmosphere and service.

The founder, Nusret Gokce is the one who selects each and every meat that is served in the restaurant. When he will be in the branch your visiting, he will come and serve you the meat by himself and will grill it on the charcoal grill infront of you.

Nusr-Et Steakhouse always offers its guest comforts and scrumptious habits in all of its branches and continues to be the number one choice for meatlovers in Bebek, Nişantaşı, Istanbul Etiler, Ankara Kavaklıdere, D-Hotel Maris, Bodrum Yalıkavak Palmarina, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi.

Nusr-Et is serving delicious meat in a homelike atmosphere, it quickly became the leading restaurant that are serving steakhouse culture in Turkey.

Nusret, the much loved chef became the first meme of 2017, who is widely known under the name “Salt Bae”, because of his way of sparkling salt above the meat.

The visitor of Nusr-Et restaurant are a well known celebrities from all over the world whom are Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Hart and many others. And also HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid and HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed and many other Sheikhs and elits visited Nusr-et.
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