The cameraman filming the chef then asked him how his English was coming along, to which Salt Bae answered: “My English almost like a British.”
He then mimics us Brits by saying “You know” and “cheers” and then ended his video telling his followers: “Hope to see you soon London.”
Since posting his tribute to the Brits yesterday (12 November), his video has received over 4.5m views and has left fans surprised after hearing the chef’s voice for the first time.
One person said: “First time I heard this guy speak”
“I love you but what the hell are you talking about?” another puzzled person asked.
While others seemed to prefer Salt Bae’s unusual seasoning methods to his talking.
One person said: “I think it’s best if he never talks.”
“Don’t talk, just cut the meat,” another person wrote.
Someone else added: “Why talk like that so cringeeee.”
Earlier this year the Turkish chef opened a restaurant called Nusr-Et in Knightsbridge, London and it has been grabbing headlines recently over the eye-watering prices at his new London after a customer shared a receipt allegedly from the restaurant of a giant tomahawk steak priced at £630 and single Red Bull costing £11.