“Soldiers” serve food in a restaurant in Dubai… And what’s inside the box adds strangeness to the scene

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)–While you thought you’d eat an ordinary steak, Rhain surprises you with a one-of-a-kind experience.

After selecting and cooking the cuts of meat, whether ripe or juicy, they are wrapped in 24-karat gold leaf.

“Soldiers” dressed in military fatigues and carrying fake weapons serve the gold-coated Australian wagyu steak in a luxury box. (Watch the video above).

And if you thought the show had ended, you were wrong, as one of the restaurant workers cuts steaks at the table, which cost nearly $250. In turn, he is keen to insert the knife into one of the slices, and present it to the customer in an attractive and delicious manner.

“Many people are amazed when they see the presentation of the gold-covered steak, especially as the soldiers enter in their military clothes to the rhythm of the dramatic music,” head chef Anas Choubani said in an interview with CNN in Arabic.

Would you like to visit this restaurant with its special offer in Dubai?