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Written by SOT.COM.AL 4 Dhjetor 2022
Eight members of the animal rights group Animal Rebellion walked into the upmarket Nusr-Et restaurant in central London on Saturday at around 6pm, sat down at pre-booked tables and called for a switch to a food system with plant basis, writes The Telegraph.
Turkish chef Nusret Gökçe, known by the nickname "Salt Bae", is the owner of the mentioned restaurant in the elite London neighborhood of Knightsbridge. Gökçe is famous all over the world for the theatrical salting of meat. He first gained world fame in January 2017 and became a meme in the meantime. Gökçe is the owner of the Nusr-Et restaurant chain.
"Restaurants like this are indicative of a broken system. While two million people in the UK rely on food donations, influential chefs are selling gold-plated steaks for more than £1,000. Steaks and other red meats have the biggest impact on the environment," said the 20-year-old. student Ben Thomas.
A few weeks ago, activists staged a similar diversion at celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's respected restaurant in the famous London neighborhood of Chelsea.
??BREAKING! Supporters of Animal Rebellion have staged a sit-in at @nusr_et 's luxury restaurant in London.— Animal Rebellion (@RebelsAnimal) December 3, 2022
Luxury dining represents exploitation, climate devastation and inequality.
We don't need gold-coated steaks, we need URGENT action - we need a #PlantBasedFuture . pic.twitter.com/EFJ1rlfOCp