Gordon Ramsay slammed for serving sticky toffee pudding with ‘gravy’

Adella Miesner

Gordon Ramsay has been slammed for serving ‘gravy’ with sticky toffee pudding. The 53-year-old TV chef took to social media to show off a mouthwatering video of the £7.75 “pre-flight perfection” which is served at Plane Food in Heathrow Airport ‘s Terminal 5. The footage shows a generous amount of […]

Gordon Ramsay has been slammed for serving ‘gravy’ with sticky toffee pudding.

The 53-year-old TV chef took to social media to show off a mouthwatering video of the £7.75 “pre-flight perfection” which is served at Plane Food in Heathrow Airport ‘s Terminal 5.

The footage shows a generous amount of toffee being drizzled over the cake but fans couldn’t help but point out the questionable consistency of the sauce.

But Twitter users were quick to criticise the dish branding the thick toffee sauce as ‘nasty’, reports The Mirror.

Fans couldn't help but point out the questionable consistency of the sauce
Fans couldn’t help but point out the questionable consistency of the sauce

One said: “Why are you pouring thin gravy on that cake. Chocolate might be better?”

Another said: “Gravy, cake and mashed potato?”

A third said: “For the first time ever Mr. Ramsay. I gotta say this looks nasty.”

“I haven’t a clue what it is that you are drowning in that mystery liquid” wrote another.

And: “I thought this was meatloaf and gravy with a scoop of mashed potatoes” added a fifth.

Mirror Online has reached out for a comment.

Previously Gordon was criticised by fans for a fry-up which was due to join the menu at one of his restaurants.

The 53-year-old TV chef took to social media to show off the dessert
The 53-year-old TV chef took to social media to show off the dessert

He proudly shared “the most amazing Full English” which cost £19 for two eggs, one sausage, a few strips of bacon, one tomato and one mushroom with his 7.4 million followers on  Twitter  – which is now available to order from his Savoy Grill restaurant menu.

But after a customer slammed the size of the dish, and compared it to a hefty portion made by the ‘Fry Up Police’, he was forced to reply with one of his most brutal and classic insults of all time.

The customer wrote: “THIS is a full English Gordon. Take a leaf out of  @fryuppolice  ‘s book….” and Gordon replied: “That’s called a Full English Classic Heart Attack you idiot sandwich”.

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