Gordon, Gino & Fred: Gordon Ramsay's Cooking Gets Savaged By A Greek Grandmother
| Last updated
Featured Image Credit: ITV
He might be a celebrity chef, but it seems not everyone is a fan of Gordon Ramsay's cooking!
In the new series of Gordon, Gino & Fred, the 54-year-old receives some criticism from a Greek grandmother, after the trio arrive on the breathtaking island of Santorini as part of their Greek adventure. And of course, Gino and Fred were loving it!
You can watch the clip below:
In the new series, Gordon, Gino & Fred Go Greek, the trio journey to the Greek islands where they embark on another road trip.
They'll be island hopping, jet ski racing, shipwreck diving - and of course, getting stuck into an abundance of delicious Greek food.
Beginning their trip in Crete, the trio next arrive in Santorini, before heading to Mykonos and ending the trip in Athens.
During the first episode, Gordon, Gino and Fred sail around the Santorini coast before arriving at the dreamy village of Oia.
They meet Grandma Catrina, who teaches them how to make the traditional Greek moussaka.
But Catrina isn't overly impressed with Gordon's cooking, after he knocks up a salsa verde to accompany the dish and asks Catrina to taste test.
To his horror, Catrina explains the dish is way too salty!
Gordon is mortified, meanwhile Gino and Fred are in hysterics, with Gino telling the camera: “Today there is one thing that we all learned, even God can make mistakes. If he can make mistakes like that - we all have a chance in life!”
The first episode also sees Gordon, Gino and Fred reach the party island of Mykonos, where they are back on the road - this time travelling by tuk tuk - on a mission to find a hugely popular local specialty, the Mykonos sausage.
Gordon, Gino & Fred Go Greek, airs Monday 27th September at 9pm on ITV.