Gordon Ramsay divides fans over his £140 Christmas dinner

Gordon Ramsay divides fans over £140 Christmas dinner at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant with no Yorkshire pudding and gravy that ‘looks like Bisto’

  • Gordon Ramsay has been accused or serving gravy ‘that looks like bisto’ with his £140 Christmas dinner at his central London restaurant Bread Street Kitchen
  • Celebrity chef posted a clip to Instagram showing the turkey wellington meal 
  • While some said they liked it, others said the meal looked ‘dry’ with one fan adding the gravy was ‘thinner than his dead nan’s arm’

Gordon Ramsay has been accused or serving gravy ‘that looks like bisto’ at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant.

The celebrity chef, 54, posted a picture to his Instagram showing the London restaurant’s Christmas dinner offering which included gravy being poured over a turkey wellington, cabbage with chopped up sprouts, pigs in blankets and cranberry sauce. 

In the background of the video is a separate plate with roast potatoes, parsnips and carrots.

Gordon Ramsay has been accused or serving gravy ‘that looks like bisto’ at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant. The celebrity chef, 54, posted a picture to his Instagram showing the restaurant’s Christmas dinner offering which included gravy being poured over a turkey wellington, cabbage with chopped up sprouts, pigs in blankets and cranberry sauce. Pictured is his food

And while some fans thought the meal looked good, others were quick to comment on the consistency of gravy, with one saying it looked ‘thinner than her dead nan’s arm’.

‘No Yorkshire Pudding. No Cauliflower Cheese. No Stuffing. Gravy thinner than my Nan’s arm (she died nearly 20 years ago, so pretty thin!!) 3/10,’ said one.

‘WHERE IS THE LAMB SAUCE?’ questioned another.

‘That is the deadest Christmas dinner I’ve ever seen,’ wrote a third.

‘Why is the sauce so watery?’ penned another.

Bread Street Kitchen, one of Gordon Ramsay’s 13 London restaurants, is offering the meal as part of an £140 Christmas dinner offering which also includes smoked salmon, truffle arancini, burrata, baked scallops, and Christmas pudding. Gordon is pictured earlier this year

‘Sauce looks a tad bistro to be honest,’ commented one Instagram user.

Bread Street Kitchen, one of Gordon Ramsay’s 13 London restaurants, is offering the meal as part of an £140 Christmas dinner offering which also includes smoked salmon, truffle arancini, burrata, baked scallops, and Christmas pudding.

And while some thought the gravy was too thin, others said they were keen to try the dish. 

‘I wish I could grab that plate through my screen,’ said one.

‘This looks so good,’ added another.

‘On my way,’ wrote a third.

Fans were divided over the meal, with some saying it looks delicious and others complaining about the lack of gravy and carbs

It comes after the father-of-five was accused of treating his customers as a ‘joke’ after diner was served a tiny steak with ‘over-salted chips’ for £23 at his York & Albany restaurant.

Posting on Tripadvisor in September, user Guillaume R left one star for the British chef’s York & Albany eatery in Camden earlier this week, alongside a scathing review.

Titled ‘Gordon is not Heston’, referring to fellow celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal, the post suggested Gordon was treating his customers as a ‘joke’.

‘When one masters and creates molecular cuisine the other has come up with homeopathic cuisine,’ the diner wrote.

‘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.

‘Five slices of meat over-salted fries. £23…,’ the customer added, alongside a photograph of the meal. 

‘Gordon you made a name giving advice on how to run a restaurant. Let me give you my advice. This is COVID time. Hospitality sector is in bad shape. 

‘Blatantly joking at your customers won’t help your business,’ the diner continued, before offering two stars for the ‘polite staff’.

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