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Gordon Ramsay’s £56 Sunday Roast Slammed By Diners As ‘A Child’s Portion’

Gordon Ramsay has received further criticism for the latest additions to his menu at his Savoy Grill restaurant. In particular, people are outraged that the Sunday roast costs £56 as it’s a “child portion” with three measly carrots. 

The 53-year-old television chef has recently been slammed for his “overpriced” £19 fry up that includes an extra sausage for a fiver and now people are even more infuriated by his Sunday roast, which costs £56 and isn’t very generous in portion size.

Recently, the Hell’s Kitchen star took to Instagram to share a few of his latest dishes and this included Ramsay’s take on a Sunday roast at the Savoy Grill. The dish includes a single slice of beef, three roast potatoes, three carrots, broccoli and a Yorkshire pudding.

Gordon captioned the post: “Sunday’s at @SavoyGrillGordonRamsay roast sirloin of beef with all the trimmings… absolutely stunning!!”

However, the chef’s fans weren’t as impressed and took to the comments section to tell the chef that for £56, the portion size just wasn’t worth it.

One asked: “Where’s the rest of it?”

Another added: “Is that a child’s portion?”

A third joked: “Error 404. Trimmings not found.”

The Savoy Grill charges diners £56 for a two-course meal, alongside a drink.

Online, diners are told: “Our chefs’ insistence on prime local produce and precise culinary technique means guests revel in the delights of roast sirloin of beef, seasonal vegetables and Yorkshire pudding, followed by a classic Savoy dessert – Baked Alaska.

“Topped off with your choice of a Bloody Mary or fruit cocktail, this two-course experience is a luxurious roast you’ll remember!”

Recently, the chef has also been called out for “stealing” Australian chef Mitch Orr’s signature recipes.

The uncouth chef shared a video of himself making a Vietnamese braised pork carbonara, served up with egg yolk.

Although fans told the chef how delicious it looked, Mitch Orr popped up saying: “Looks familiar mate.”

The Australian chef then told Emerald City: “Gordon is one of the biggest chefs in the world with over nine million followers on social media – the right thing to do is to credit where the inspiration for the dish came from.”

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