The refined palate of Multi-Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay is sensitive to s**tty food and there's one thing he’ll absolutely never eat.
Known for his short temper on Kitchen Nightmares, it's clear that he's got a pretty high standard for everything kitchen-related.
For a man that has access to some of the most expensive and luxurious ingredients in the world, his last ever meal would be one of the cheapest scrans out there.
"I stand by it. I swear by it. And it is one meal that I would ever eat as a last supper," he told Insider in 2020.
"It has to be a full English breakfast with extra baked beans."
But being arguably the most famous TV chef in the world, his job naturally involves a lot of travelling.
From Vietnam to India, and all the way to Yorkshire, the guy often finds himself jet-setting from place to place.
If he's not flying out of terminal five in London's Heathrow airport, where he can enjoy his own restaurant 'Gordon Ramsay Plane Food', he tries to 'keep it light' at an Italian snack bar.
"A nice selection of Italian meats, a little glass of red wine, some sliced apples or pears with some parmesan cheese, I’m like a pig in s**t," he told Refinery29 in 2017.
However, when it's time for take-off, Ramsay says he won't go anywhere near plane food.
"There’s no f**king way I eat on planes," he said.
"I worked for airlines for ten years, so I know where this food’s been and where it goes, and how long it took before it got on board."
It's a bit ironic that his most-hated food is the name of his airport restaurant, which has a 3.4 star review on Google.
"This is one of the best plane food restaurants we’ve ever visited. The restaurant looks fabulous, the food is more than delicious and the staff is amazing. We were short of time and still got our dishes very fast, well presented and very tasty," one diner thought.
While someone else wasn't quite as complimentary, and wrote: "Gordon Ramsay, you should be ashamed to give your name to this place.
"Soup wasn't horrible, but just bland. No seasoning what so ever.
"Plus point, the server was nice."