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We've become all too used to watching Gordon Ramsay slamming the food of fellow chefs, but it's rare that the shoe is on the other foot.
Now, the Great British public are playing critic and taking aim at the TV chef's roast dinner which is being served at his recently reopened London restaurant, Savoy Grill.
Promoting the Sunday dinner classic on his Instagram, Ramsay posted a video of the plate of food being drizzled with gravy.
"Sundays at @SavoyGrillGordonRamsay.... roast sirloin of beef with all the trimmings.... absolutely stunning!!," he wrote.
The meal, which is on the menu for £45 for three courses, includes a cut of beef, three rather measly roast potatoes, a small portion of broccoli, roasted carrot and a Yorkshire pudding drizzled with an upsetting amount of gravy.
We all know that roast dinners are something us Brits hold dear, so you can imagine the levels of furore that swiftly came in the comments.
"How is 3 potatoes, 3 microcarrots a smigde of broccoli and a slice of roast enough? Just really am curious dont @ me," one person wrote.
"Where's the rest of it?," simply questioned another.
"It will be a trip to McDonald's after this," said a third.
While a fourth asserted: "3 baby carrots and a wedge of broccoli is not 'all the trimmings'."
Others took major issue with the amount of gravy, which we all know should douse the plate and nothing less.
"Where's the rest of the gravy at!!!!," raged one follower.
"I'm not even northern and I know for sure that gravy drizzle won't suffice," joked another.
"How f*cking watery do you want that gravy," another harshly noted.
We get this is fine dining and not a Toby Carvery but for £45 we're going to be needing more than three roasties, Gordon. C'mon now.
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