A JAW-DROPPING burger covered in 24 carat GOLD that rivals Salt Bae will set you back £100.

Turkish-born internet icon Nusret Gökçe hit the headlines for the extravagant £850 gold-coated steak on offer at his upmarket Knightsbridge eatery.

And now that the salt-sprinkling aficionado has left his posh London haunt for Saudi Arabia to open his newest outpost, it appears someone else is coming for his gig.

Restaurant Dope Burger is set to launch its fourth shop in Doncaster – and has put a luxury gold-coated burger on it's menu for a neat £100.

The restaurant – which will stock an array of hotdogs and burgers – was announced last month.

A spokesperson told Hull Live: "Doncaster is super exciting for us as it will be our first Dope Burger franchise not directly owned by the company.

"It's really exciting. We are working closely with a London-based franchise company to market future Dope Burger franchise opportunities in other cities in the UK and eventually in Europe.

"It gives other entrepreneurs and professionals a chance to trade under the Dope Burger brand with a tried and tested business plan and product."

Last Sunday was Salt Bae's final day in London before jetting abroad.

He wrote on Instagram: "Sunday is my last day in London. I want to see you beautiful people before I go."

Nusret tucked into a lavish farewell dinner with staff in pictures shared last weekend.

He also posted a group shot of all his staff along with the caption: "We did it".

The move means the butcher-turned-chef won't be around to slice steaks and show off his salt-smattering skills tableside for adoring fans like Wayne and Coleen Rooney.

Deep-pocketed foodies have previously paid £250 for prime reservations at the Knightsbridge eatery in the hope of catching a glimpse of the chef.

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