A Gordon Ramsay steakhouse diner received an ‘eye-watering’ bill after misreading the menu.
Jeffrey Paige visited the Atlantic City restaurant with his girlfriend and from the start, he planned on treating himself to the American Waygu beef.
However, he made the big mistake of not reading the small print.
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When looking at the menu, he came across the Triple Seared Japanese A5 – which is typically referred to as Kobe – and couldn’t believe the bargain price as it’s known to be the finest cut available.
Paige told the Mirror: “I had never had real deal Kobe.
“It was like nothing else you’ll ever have. Melt in your mouth delicious. We also ordered a couple of sides, appetizers, and my girlfriend had chef Ramsay’s famous beef wellington for the first time ever.
“All in all an amazing meal and we were glad we could support the restaurant and its staff during these challenging times.”
He added: “And I still couldn’t believe Kobe was cheaper than Wagyu! Or so I thought.”
The couple then received the bill and was gobsmacked when it came to over $600.
Wanting to find out why the meal had turned out so expensive, Paige went to double-check and was told that Kobe is $35 per ounce, not per four ounces.
Despite paying such a high amount, the diner says he has no regrets.
“I wish Chef Ramsay was there to come out and call me a doughnut for f***ing this up lol,” he joked on Reddit.
He concluded: “I enjoyed the hell out of it. No regrets baby!
“My family and I are huge Gordon Ramsay fans, we watch his shows – Hell’s Kitchen, Masterchef – and I’ve been to his restaurants before and loved everything we’ve gotten.
“The steak and the experience were unforgettable, and if I had to make this blunder at any restaurant in the world, I’m glad it was at Chef Ramsay’s.”
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