Salt Bae to collaborate with Pakistani restaurateur Adeel Chaudry

01:22 PM | 8 Nov, 2019
Salt Bae to collaborate with Pakistani restaurateur Adeel Chaudry
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LAHORE - Acclaimed Turkish chef Nusret Gokce, famously known as Salt bae is all set to open up a restaurant in Pakistan.

The Turkish chef, famous for his fancy meat making videos, is collaborating with Pakistani food expert Adeel Chaudry – the owner of Junoon restaurant, Lahore.

Taking it to social media, Adeel shared a video of the two food enthusiasts from Dubai. In the inaudible video, the two seemed to be highly involved in a conversation and we are hoping it’s about the upcoming restaurant.

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Thank you for Inviting me to the Launch and loving my Videos. Very Humble guy. Great meeting. #saltbae x #junooni Can you guess the possible collaboration between Turkey and Pakistan? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . @xiaomi.pakistan 📷 . . . . . . . . #foodconnoisseur #lahore #adeelchaudry #adeelchaudhry #markweins #pakistanifood #junoonrestaurant #stylegents #pakistaniactors #pakistanifashion #haniaamir #fawadkhan #pakistanweddingformals #pakistanisongs #pakistanidesigner #pakistanidrama #pakistanfashion #pakistanwedding #asianwedding #mensfashion #dubai #pakistanistreetstyle #pakistanvogue #pakistanigents #beautifulbrides #lovedubai #mydubai

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According to our guesses, the restaurant will serve Salt Bae’s signature meat dishes as well as burgers. Also, knowing Adeel’s Junoon cuisine, we might also get some Pak-Turkish fusion cuisine too – We simply can't waittttt?

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So far the details are not being revealed regarding any restaurant in the making. For now, we can only keep guessing where Salt Bae would be setting up his first camp in Pakistan.

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