Gordon Ramsay’s New Year’s Eve menu will reportedly set diners back a staggering £345, and this doesn’t even include alcohol.
According to The Sun, the celebrity chef will be serving a seven-course meal at his southwest London restaurant, Petrus, on December 31.
The meal itself is apparently priced at £300, while customers will also be expected to pay up an automatic 15 percent service charge, taking it to £345.
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The Michelin-starred restaurant’s menu will reportedly be made up of a starter of smoked eel and potato salad, which will then be followed by paté, scallop, Dover sole, marmalade sorbet and hazelnut mousse.
Diners will also have the option of a roasted Anjou bird, which will come with pear and sauce.
However, this isn’t the most expensive New Year’s Eve menu that Ramsay has set up for one of his restaurants.
Reportedly, the 55-year-old’s other establishment, The River Restaurant, will be charging £402.05 per head, including a 15 percent service charge.
When it came to Christmas dinner, Ramsay also shocked his fans with his ‘pricy’ menu.
At his Savoy Grill restaurant in west London, his festive menu came to a total of £275, which also didn’t cover the price of drinks.
The restaurant announced the menu on its official site. It read: “Celebrate the festive season at Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill.
“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.”
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