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People Are Now Savaging Gordon Ramsay’s £23 Steak And Chips

People Are Now Savaging Gordon Ramsay’s £23 Steak And Chips

It comes days after the chef's £19 fry-up got a public roasting.

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Earlier this week, we brought you the news that Gordon Ramsay - arguably TV's most critical chef - was getting a taste of his own medicine with a public roasting for his £19 fry up.

Now the cut-throat chef has come under fire again for his "small" serving of steak and chips, which comes with a whopping price tag of £23 attached.

Disappointed diner Guillaume R took to TripAdvisor to leave a damning one-star review of Gordon's steak dinner, served this week at the chef's York & Albany restaurant in Camden.

The disappointed diner slammed their 'five slices of meat' and 'over-salted fries' (

Titled 'Gordon Is Not Heston' (burn!) the reviewer went in on what he described as "five slices of meat" and "over-salted fries".

Guillaume wrote [sic]: "When one masters and creates molecular cuisine the other has come up with homeopathic cuisine.


"Gordon isn't Heston but Gordon is Jesus. He multiples the steaks. Give him a regular sized one portion steak in any restaurant and this is what he comes up with.

"5 slices of meat over salted fries. £23."

All of a sudden, Gordon is getting some of the heat is used to putting on others.
All of a sudden, Gordon is getting some of the heat is used to putting on others.

We'll admit, going by the snap accompanying the review, the portion size does look like it would have us wondering where the rest of our meal was.

The reviewer continued: "Gordon you made a name giving advice on how to run a restaurant. Let me give you my advice. This is covid time. Hopsitaly [sic] secto is in bad shape. Blatantly joking at your customers won't help your business," they continued.

They then added: "2 stars for the polite staff."

It comes just days after Gordon received a backlash for his costly full English.

Gordon posted a shot of the dish on Twitter, writing: "The most amazing Full English... can't wait for you to try it from 21st September at Savoy Grill!"

But it took mere moments for followers to pull up the Savoy menu and spil that the brekkie cost almost £20.

"Wow £19 for that breakfast," one wrote.

Another teased: "Poor effort. Eggs need a bit of lacing, no beans or black puddling and the single sausage looks forlorn on his own."

A third wrote: "Where is the black pudding? And the fried bread? You call that a breakfast? I have seen better from a roadside burger van."

Ouch! All of a sudden, Gordon's getting the heat he's used to putting on others.

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Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink, Gordon Ramsay, Twitter