Who owns Salt Bae’s Nusr-et? Meet Ferit Sahenk and Mithat Erdem

WHEN you think of Nusr-et restaurants the name Salt Bae comes to mind – maar, he’s not the only man behind the successful chain.

Meet Ferit Sahenk and Mithat Erdemthe two businessmen working alongside Nurset Gökçe to build an empire.

Salt Bae pictured with restaurant co-owners Ferit Sahenk and Mithat Erdem

Salt Bae pictured with restaurant co-owners Ferit Sahenk and Mithat ErdemKrediet: Instagram/@mitkomuric

Who owns Salt Bae’s Nusr-et?

Salt Bae co-owns the Steakhouse chain Nusr-Et alongside fellow entrepreneurs Ferit Sahenk and Mithat Erdem.

Ferit Şahenk

Ferit Şahenk is the chairman of Turkey’s Doğuş Group, owner of D.ream Group and one of the richest people in Turkye.

Graduating from The American School in Switserland, he earned his B.A. from Boston College with a degree in Marketing and Human Resources in 1989.

He later attended the President Program at Harvard University and also had a spell as a board member at Turkish football club Fenerbahçe.

Op die ouderdom van 37, Şahenk inherited his father’s share of the business Doğuş Holding after he died of a heart attack in April 2001.

Asof 2021, Ferit’s net worth is an estimated £1.9 billion according to Forbes.

Mithat Erdem

Volgens syne Instagram bladsy, Mithat is a textile designer.

He is regularly posts snaps from locations across the world – insluitend Kalifornië, Londen en Istanbul.

He has over 54,000 followers on the social media platform.

How much does Salt Bae own Nusr-et?

Volgens berigte, Nurset Gökçe has a 25 percent stake in the Nurs-et restaurant chain.

Ferit Şahenk has 40 per cent and Mithaat Erdem has 35 per cent respectively.

In 2019, Bloomberg reported that the trio were considering selling a stake in the business amid financial concerns.

It came just a year after Gökçe opened his first New York restaurant, which has been criticised for itsobsceneprices.

And in August, 2021, the Turkish chef aired grievances regarding his fellow owners onlinecalling them “traitors.”

Captioning a series of pictures alongside his long-time confidents he proceeded to declare the pair “low pleasant partners,” adding that “nothing is as it seems.”

Egter, he failed to explain why he was so angry with his associates.

Weereens, talks of selling a stake of the business re-surfaced in 2022.

It was reported that Turkish billionaire Ferit Sahenk’s Dogus Holding AS, may sell a 20 percent stake to the Qatar Investment Authority for around $300 miljoen.

Dogus confirmed discussions with the QIA, but declined to provide further details.

How much are the Nusr-et restaurants worth?

According to Turkish media, its a million-dollar empire with 400 roete op Ben Nevis.

Nusr-et’s restaurants locations are spread across the globe.

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