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All hail our glorious chef leader, Gordon Ramsay. The potty-mouthed 50-year-old has no time for your shitty cheese on toast. Especially if you're my flatmate and you use plastic cheese. Even I find that gross.
Anyway, if Gordon says: "Jump," you ask: "How high?". And if you ask him for food tips, you better be prepared for the answer.
Recently, Town And Country asked him for some restaurant tips. One of the questions was: What should you never order from a restaurant? He said: "Ask what yesterday's soup du jour was before today's special. It may be the case that it's the soup du month."
So don't order the soup? Cool. That kind of sucks because when it's a choice between soup or salad, I judge anyone who says salad. You're wasting everyone's time. But this is Gordon's opinion, and whatever he says, goes.
He also gave some tips about what to do if you're ever on the receiving end of a shit meal. He said: "The customer is king. You are going out for a special night, so if it's an unsatisfactory experience, take the opportunity to let the staff know so that they can rectify it then and in the future.
"It's also just as important to compliment great food and service, so don't be shy either way."
Ah that's nice. It is good to compliment people to let them know they're doing a good job. I mean, I never get nice comments but that's because I work in the media.
As this is an article about Ramsay, we can't ignore his recent love of Twitter criticisms. Twittercisms?
Here's some of his best comebacks...
And Gordon's response?
And another one...
He was asking for a one-word answer to be fair.
1/10? 3/10? Nah, Gordon gave him 4/20.
And then there was one woman who told him to change his own diet...
Naturally he had the last word on that too...
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