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aka Salt Bae


One of the most talked-about restaurant openings of the last few years, the recent unveiling of Nusr-Et in Knightsbridge .

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The Project

Launched by Turkish restaurateur Nusret Gökçe, also known as online sensation “Salt Bae”, Nusr-Et has taken the global stage by storm following the unparalleled success of the “Salt-Bae” online viral videos where Nusret can frequently be seen serving high-profile celebrities, seasoning his dishes in his signature ‘down the forearm’ style and panache (hence the “Salt-Bae” name)

ARCHITECT:  MJP Architects

The Brief

Nusr-Et aims to offer a distinctive, lavish experience and has been globally praised for delivering a unique dining concept combined with an innovative menu, impeccable service, and great fun.

The Nusr-Et experience is based around elegance, with their brand values asserting that “you will taste an exquisite menu”, “be overwhelmed with fantastic smells” and “everything you touch will be enchanting”. It was therefore extremely important that these brand values carried through into all areas of the restaurant, including the design of the ever-important washroom areas.

Maxwood Washrooms were excited to be chosen to deliver the washroom designs for the project and we were devoted to ensuring that the washroom experience conveyed the opulence and exclusivity of the Nur-Et brand.

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The Solution

Following their experience of our bespoke PVD-finished Maranté cubicles at a recently completed, high-profile public sector project, MJP specifically tracked us down and offered to collaborate with us.  Whilst hospitality washrooms are not our core target, we readily accepted this once in a lifetime opportunity to create something truly unique. 


Offering full height total privacy and a flush surface finish and soft door closes, Maranté offered an elegant, chic style that met the brief perfectly. With a range of finishes available, the clear choice for Nusr-Et was a lavish gold PVD brushed cubicle, finished with brushed brass finish stainless steel for a timeless, luxurious experience.

With complementary Maxwall Duct Panelling in matching finishes, sumptuous Dark Emperador Marble vanity troughs and illuminated Prism Mirror boxes, the final look for Nusr-Et combined an eclectic mix of multifunctional design, sleek styling, and opulent finishes.

The Result

The client was extremely happy with the final look and feel achieved within the restaurant washroom.


The blend of modern styling, intelligent design and lavish finishes perfectly embodied the Nusr-Et brand and delivers the highly successful guest experience that the brand continually looks to convey.

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