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Gordon Ramsay encounters fans who blew up his £ 19 English fries


"If You're Worried About Price You Can't Afford It": Gordon Ramsay Knocks Back Critics Of His Pound 19 English, Insists That The Pricey Fry-Up Would Be His "Last Dinner" Choice

Gordon Ramsay has attacked critics who blew up his £ 19.00 sum, insisting that those who upset the hell over the court do so only because they cannot afford it.

The Michelin-starred chef, 54, featured his British breakfast on social media in September at his central London restaurant, Savoy Grill.

However, the celebrity chef's post was greeted with a barrage of negative comments on Twitter – many took offense at the portion size, lack of breakfast ingredients and the £ 19 price tag.

Beating: Gordon Ramsay has attacked critics for blowing up his 19 pound fries blow, insisting that those who wreak havoc on the court do so only because they can't afford it.

Despite the excitement, Gordon stood by the traditional English breakfast in his upscale restaurant and insisted that it be his "last dinner."

The stinking star said to Insider: “I stand by it. I swear. And it's a meal I'd ever eat my last dinner.

"It has to be a full English breakfast with extra baked beans."

He hit the naysayers and added, “You know what? If you are worried about the price, you cannot afford it. & # 39;

Breakfast staple: The Michelin-starred chef, 54, featured his British breakfast on social media in September at his central London restaurant, Savoy Grill

Breakfast staple: The Michelin-starred chef, 54, featured his British breakfast on social media in September at his central London restaurant, Savoy Grill

The Kitchen Nightmares star's popular breakfast ingredients include two fried eggs, a sausage, a mushroom, a grilled tomato, several strips of bacon and a pot of baked beans.

In September Gordon branded a fan an "idiot sandwich" after coming under fire for sharing a picture of his lackluster £ 19 English breakfast.

The Scottish-born chef shared a picture on Twitter at the time of his new breakfast item, which will be served as part of his menu in his restaurant in central London.

"The Most Amazing Full English … can't wait to try it at the Savoy Grill on September 21st!" he wrote with an accompanying picture of the cooked dish.

Weigh in: Tony Moore from Essex shared a clip of a fry from the & # 39; Fry Up Police & # 39; with and wrote: & # 39; THAT is a full English Gordon. Take a sheet from @fryuppolices book ... & # 39;

Weigh in: Tony Moore from Essex shared a clip of a fry from the & # 39; Fry Up Police & # 39; with and wrote: & # 39; THAT is a full English Gordon. Take a sheet from @fryuppolices book … & # 39;

But as soon as it was shared online, many questioned the size of the "quintessentially British" dish as it costs £ 19.

Tony Moore from Essex shared a clip of a fry from the & # 39; Fry Up Police & # 39; with and wrote: & # 39; THAT is a full English Gordon. Take a sheet from @fryuppolices book … & # 39;

The dish consisted of six slices of toast, two eggs, two black pudding, three sausages, baked beans, a hash brown, bacon, mushrooms and tomatoes.

Gordon took no criticism for a hobby cook and quipped back, "That's called a Full English Classic Heart Attack, you idiot sandwich."

Not Happy: Fans were quick to question the size of Gordon's food, and many were upset that the dish didn't have hash browns

Not Happy: Fans were quick to question the size of Gordon's food, and many were upset that the dish didn't have hash browns

The phrase refers to a sketch that Gordon played with James Corden on the Late Late Show in 2016.

In the sketch – called Hell & # 39; s Cafeteria, a parody of his own show Hell & # 39; s Kitchen – Gordon holds two pieces of bread on either side of TV host Julie Chen's head and calls them an "idiot sandwich".

The photo has now become a viral meme, and Gordon has revealed that fans often ask him to recreate the scene.

Joking with: The phrase refers to a sketch in which Gordon starred with James Corden on the Late Late Show in 2016

Joking with: The phrase refers to a sketch in which Gordon starred with James Corden on the Late Late Show in 2016

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