Gordon Ramsay has revealed the price of his Christmas dinner will set customers back £275.
The celebrity chef’s price tag is for his Savoy Grill restaurant, in west London, and the price doesn’t even cover drinks.
The site recently released an ad announcing their Christmas menu. It read: “Celebrate the festive season at Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill.
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“On Christmas day the Savoy Grill will serve a stunning six-course meal with some wonderful dishes including; the Arnold Bennet Soufflé with aged Cheddar sauce, Beef Wellington, Dover sole and orange sorbet with Champagne foam, just to name a few.”
If diners want to add booze to their celebrations, they can expect to pay a heftier bill.
In the fancy eatery, cocktails cost £17 and up, while a bottle of beer is £7. A cup of tea is priced at £6.50 and fruit juice is £5.50.
Each guest also incurs a £2 charge, plus a 15 percent discretionary service charge will be added to the bill.
The chef recently shared a post showing off his Christmas dinner on Instagram and followers were quick to share their thoughts.
Some criticised his skills, claiming they wouldn’t be impressed if that’s what they were served.
One person said: “I would be so disappointed if that was the best I could come up with for Christmas Dinner.”
Another added: “Sorry Gordon but your pigs in blankets are way undercooked. Not brown enough.”
“Why couldn’t you just leave the Christmas dinner alone. What are you? ‘An idiot sandwich’ I’m not mad. Just very disappointed,” a third fumed.
However, others described the food as ‘perfection,’ saying: “Every aspect of this looks like perfection.”
Someone else wrote: “Looks pretty good to me. Gravy thickness varies with the dish. This one looks like it is light, not smothering the food accompanying it. Good job Gordo!”
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