Gordon Ramsay's £27 roast dinner ridiculed for 'ashtray' Yorkshire pudding and very rare meat
The Hells Kitchen chef posted the video on Twitter with the caption: "Sunday wouldn’t be complete without a roast!"
Legendary celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has been the subject of social media mockery after posting a video of a roast dinner from one of his restaurants.
The Kitchen Nightmare's presenter took to Twitter to share with his followers the £27 roast dinner served at his London Bread Street Kitchen and Bar.
The meal included a 35 day dry-aged sirloin, roast potatoes, carrots and a Yorkshire pudding.
But the online response to the video was less than glowing. Indeed, some of the comments were as sharp as some of Ramsey's best one-liners.
The father-of-five was ridiculed over how rare the meat appeared to be.
One user mocked: "Reminds me of a steak I had in Benidorm once – left out in the sun for ten minutes and served!"
Another jibed: "Why are you pouring gravy on that live cow?"
The Scottish-born culinary master posted the video at 9:15am, with the caption: "Sunday wouldn’t be complete without a roast!"
The very pink meat can be seen being covered in gravy as the video progresses. One user jested: "Did you cook that beef or wave it under a light bulb?"
However, plenty of social media responses said the meal looked superb.
The former presenter of The F-Word also came in for scorn over the Yorkshire pud and roast potatoes.
"I’m sure I can see a pulse in that meat. Plus those roasties need an extra half hour", one laughed.
Another derided: “The yorkie looks like an ashtray I made my dad at school.”
The timing of the post didn't go unnoticed either.
“A bit early?”, one user asked.
Another wrote: "Not at 9:15 in the f***ing morning Gordon lol."