Gordon Ramsay has come under fire again, but this time for his small Sunday lunch portions.
The chef and television personality, 53, operates 15 restaurants in London alone.
One of his most popular London venues, York & Albany has recently been slammed for its tiny portions.
A posh gastropub, it is located just across from St Regent’s Park.
At £640,000 a year in rent, it just recently reopened after months closed due to lockdown.
One customer shared his disgust at being charged £23 for a tiny portion of steak strips and French fries.
His stunning review on TripAdvisor included: “Gordon isn’t Heston but Gordon is Jesus. He multiples the steaks. Give him a regular sized one portion steak in any restaurant and this is what he comes up with.
“5 slices of meat over salted fries. £23…”
Gordon Ramsay fans mocked his expensive lunch
And Gordon has left many potential customers gobsmacked by his rather measly looking Sunday lunch roast.
The TV star shared a photo of the new Sunday lunch available at the ultra luxe Savoy Grill.
Taking to Instagram, he captioned the photo with: “Sundays at @SavoyGrillGordonRamsay…. roast sirloin of beef with all the trimmings…. absolutely stunning!!”
The Sunday lunch meal, believed to be part of a two-course £40 set menu, included a single slice of meat, one Yorkshire pudding, three roast potatoes and a small collection of roast veggies.
Dozens commented on how unimpressed they were with the pricey offerings.
One irritated user asked: “How is 3 potatoes, 3 micro-carrots a smidge of broccoli and a slice of roast enough? Just really am curious.”
Another disgruntled user ranted: “Where’s the rest Gord? Stingy portions mate, 3 potatoes?! Where’s the fluffy edges?!! Worrying times.”
A third user joked: “It will be a trip to McDonald’s after this.”
And a further user quipped: “Error 404. Trimmings not found.”
However, others thought it looked amazing.
What did fans say?
One added: “Look at that Sunday Roast,” while another gushed: “Now this is what I miss.”
But the Savoy Grill seems to have a bit of a thing for tiny portions.
As just last week Gordon was teased yet again when he posted a video of their classic English breakfast.
The compact serving goes for £19 – but it only includes two eggs, one sausage, one tomato, a few strips of bacon and a single mushroom.
As any Wetherspoon customer will know, you can get a breakfast twice the size of that for usually under £5.
Ent Daily has contacted reps for Gordon for comment.
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