With Christmas fast approaching, families are now deciding whether to eat dinner at home or head out to a pub or restaurant.
Opting to eat out on the big day can save you a ton of hassle and mean a stress-free day.
Whatever you’re considering this year, one place that will definitely set you back is eating Christmas dinner at one of Ramsay’s restaurants.
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Ramsay’s restaurant Pétrus will be serving Christmas dinner for a whopping £275.
This cost only covers the meal and does not include drinks, or the discretionary 15 per cent service charge.
However, the restaurant’s Christmas Day sample menu does sound pretty mouthwatering.
Diners will have plenty to choose from, including confit egg and lobster ravioli, followed by Dover sole or Cumbrian venison, plus Brillat-Savarin – which is a type of cheese – and sorbet and hazelnut soufflé.
But this isn’t the only restaurant of Ramsay’s that will be offering a pricy Christmas dinner.
The Savoy, which houses his popular grill, will also be providing an extravagant seven-course meal.
Like his other restaurant, this will also cost you £275 – and this does not include the discretionary 15 per cent gratuity.
The seven-course meal will be made up of several culinary delights, such as lobster and shellfish cocktail, beef Wellington, and Dover sole.
Guests with a sweet tooth will also be satisfied, as there are desserts including Christmas pudding and Chestnut Mont Blanc.
Fortunately, the celebrity chef will be offering a slightly more affordable option for those wanting to eat out on Christmas day.
Ramsay’s Mayfair-based eatery, Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, is also providing a Christmas dinner that will set guests back £150.
This includes a three-course dinner, with options of mains including roast turkey plus trimmings, roast venison and artichoke risotto.
However, on the final bill, a 15 per cent service charge will be added.
As well as preparing a Christmas dinner menu for diners, Ramsay has also launched one for New Year’s Eve.
This will be available at his three-Michelin star restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay.
It will cost guests a staggering £400 per person and again, it doesn’t include drinks.
The chef will be serving menu items including duck tea, Orkney scallops, and roast veal sweetbread.
Guests are encouraged to attend in smart dress attire.
For those wanting to pair the meal with a glass of wine, they’ll have to fork out an extra £275 for the optional ‘wine pairing’, reports The Mirror.
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