Kate and Rio Ferdinand's son Cree gets a special gift after family visit to Salt Bae's Nusr-et London restaurant

KATE and Rio Ferdinand's son Cree was given a special gift from Turkish restaurant owner Salt Bae on a family visit to his posh new London eatery.

The much-memed chef – real name Nusret Gökçe – was seen in his familiar circular shades and tight white top as he presented the tot with a bib emblazoned with his own image.

Kate was all smiles inside the newly opened Nusr-et in swanky Knightsbridge.

She wrote on Instagram: "Fabulous afternoon with the family."

The restaurant is Salt Bae's 15th around the world and sells his famously pricey steaks and burgers.

Diners flock to the venues in the hope the owner will sprinkle salt over their dishes in his much-imitated manner.

Nusr-et Knightsbridge went viral last month as a diner shared an eye watering bill for more than £1,800.

The receipt, for a table of four, showed a £630 charge for a single steak.

Those with bottomless wallets can enjoy various meat dishes – including a £100 golden burger.

A salad costs £23 and prawn tempura rolls will set diners back £60.

Even smaller items come with a hefty price tag.

An onion flower costs £18, a Red Bull is £11, a Coke is £9 and a simple corn on the cob hits the £10 mark.

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