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Gordon Ramsay warns the one part of a restaurant menu you should never order from

Gordon Ramsay warns the one part of a restaurant menu you should never order from

Gordon Ramsay has opened up on his three golden rules for eating in a restaurant.

Gordon Ramsay is serving up a plate of advice when it comes to the one part of a menu you should never order from.

The 57-year-old has been giving us his culinary opinion for over 20 years and his restaurant group Gordon Ramsay Restaurants has been awarded 17 Michelin stars overall, currently holding seven.

Known for his sweary outbursts on the likes of Hell’s Kitchen, Masterchef and Kitchen Nightmares, Ramsay is never shy of telling us what he thinks.

While he does a lot of effing and jeffing on TV, Ramsay has insisted that 'what you see is what you get'.

On an episode of the High Performance podcast, host and broadcaster Jake Humphrey asked the chef: "How much did you think about your TV persona?"

The chef revealed the one dish he would never order at a restaurant.
YouTube/The High Performance Podcast

To which Ramsey bluntly replied: "I didn't, I didn't give a s**t."

He continued: "It wasn't a format for me, it wasn't about IP or format or success. Remember the first program it was 5.8 million viewers on Channel Four.

"So then all the intrusion started. Then everyone wanted to know who you were, what was your background, what what makes this guy tick?

"I'm like 'I'm the same on or off'."

Now, in a previous interview with the Daily Mail, Ramsay opened up on what he's learnt from all his years in the restaurant industry, and more specifically, what not to order on the menu.

The restaurateur spoke about his three golden rules for eating in a restaurant, telling diners they ought to be wary of any place which threw around 'suspicious boasts' about the quality of their food.

Gordon Ramsay has got some advice for you if you're heading out for a bite to eat.
BBC/Studio Ramsay

Buzzwords like 'famous' or 'best in the country' without any further evidence to back them up set the chef's alarm bells ringing as it always made him wonder: "Who said that? Who named that?"

The chef also had a special trick to getting the best bottles of wine for a bargain price, saying you should ask for the 'bin end' list which is comprised of bottles with scratched labels or vintages which haven't sold well.

He suggested that you ask for a bottle of whatever is recommended for no more than $30 (£24), as apparently that can be a secret way of getting an under appreciated tipple to your table without costing too much.

However, Ramsay's top tip was all about the one thing you shouldn't pick off the menu when the waiter comes up and asks you to place your order.

It turns out that the dish in question is pretty much anything off the specials board, particularly if it looks like there's a lot of options on there.

He said: "Specials are there to disappear throughout the evening. When they list 10 specials that's not special."

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Topics: Gordon Ramsay, Food And Drink, Celebrity