Salt Bae's restaurant hiring staff but cocktail waiters set to be paid MORE than chefs cooking up gold-covered steak

SALT Bae is hiring staff for his London restaurant – but a soon-to-be cocktail waiter is set to earn MORE than the chefs cooking up his gold-coated steak.

The waiter role at Nusr-Et in posh Kensington offers £15-an-hour, with would-be workers serving "cocktails and spirits" to a range of cash-splashing clientele.

Candidates would earn more money than a future chef de partie, with an advert for the latter role offering just £12 to £13.50 per 60 minutes of toil.

Chefs are responsible for putting together Salt Bae's £1,450 gold-coated steak, among other extortionately priced dishes.

Jobseekers looking at the chef role are told: "Amazing opportunity for an experienced Chef De Partie to join Nusr-Et team in the new restaurant in London!

"As a Chef De Partie, you will be working with some of the finest ingredients from the UK and abroad in one of the most famous steakhouses in the world.

"You will play a vital part in a large team and will support the Head Chef during service.

"To the successful candidate Nusr-Et London offers a highly competitive salary and excellent opportunities to develop a global career.

"If you’re a Chef de Partie looking to work the famous steakhouse, send your CV, we want to hear from you!"

Meanwhile, the cocktail waiter advert reads: "We are currently looking for experience and passionate Cocktail Waiter/Waitress to join our family.

"The ideal candidate will be experienced in selling and upselling cocktails and spirits with solid knowledge in cocktails and premium spirits.

"We are looking for a candidate who is lively, friendly, animated, and thrives on customer service.

"This is a full-time role, working any 5 days a week, mainly in the evenings and weekends, so flexibility is required."

It follows reports that Salt Bae's London restaurant charges diners who can't make their reservation a £40 cancellation fee – even if they phone up in advance.

Nusr-Et makes cash-splashing punters pay £40 if they cancel less than two days in advance – or don't show up at all.

But the fee only applies to online bookings via reservation website Open Table, where diners are asked to provide their card details in advance.

If customers book over the phone they will not be asked to share their card details, meaning no fee can be taken if they cancel.

A message on Open Table reads: "This restaurant requires a credit card to secure this booking. All credit card information will be processed securely.

"No-shows or cancellations less than two days in advance will be subject to a charge of £40 per person."

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