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Looks like a good deal to me. Mainly dining at the more relaxed GR establishments.

Vote for the deal - not if you like GR or not.

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#1
Can't stand Ramsey Cold :whistling:
#2
All his food is prepared elsewhere and shipped in nowadays isn't it? May as well get a ready meal from tesco's lol.
#3
guitargaz
All his food is prepared elsewhere and shipped in nowadays isn't it? May as well get a ready meal from tesco's lol.


That's what I've heard. Better off going to a local. :thumbsup:

Not voting as this may be a good deal for some.
#4
Oh, so he won't actually be at the table?
#5
I think the story you are referring to was where his food is prepped in a central kitchen which is a stones throw from the actual restaurants. - Well that just seems like good business sense to me. Also - there are very few restaurants these days that don't buy stuff in. Can you really see your local Dog and Duck employing a pastry chef in these climes?
#6
MBeeching
Oh, so he won't actually be at the table?


thats wat i thought im not spending 15 quid if hes not there even 15 quid if he was there is a bit steep
#7
Although his food looks good on the tv I would rather use the £15 for a chinese take away in the comfort of my own home. Good deal if your a true GR fan though.
#8
I ate the the Narrow, probably a year ago now, wasn't anything special. £15 for 2 courses is cheaper than it would be a la carte, but as far as I can tell, LastMinute aren't offering this any cheaper than it usually would be.
http://www.gordonramsay.com/thenarrow/menus/setlunch/
#9
More than once I have heard him slagging off special offers run by owners of failing restaurants.... if you can't beat them, join them seems to be the order of the day now! :whistling:
#10
edwarj9;6642250
Can you really see your local Dog and Duck employing a pastry chef in these climes?


He isn't purporting to be running a local Dog & Duck though! :-(
#11
Eat out with Gordon Ramsey for £15. So does he sit with you and eat? Cos I would throw my soup in his face and then leave! :thumbsup:
#12
Nico-la-la
Although his food looks good on the tv I would rather use the £15 for a chinese take away in the comfort of my own home. Good deal if your a true GR fan though.


+1
#13
nihcaj
More than once I have heard him slagging off special offers run by owners of failing restaurants.... if you can't beat them, join them seems to be the order of the day now! :whistling:


More than once I have heard him suggesting special offers to owners of failing restaurants - for example the failing bistro in Paris where he went for a homemade tomato soup and garlic bread lunch in the middle of the capital for 5 euros - perhaps we are watching different shows?
#14
Suppose he's got to make money somehow.
#15
personally i think this is a good deal. the prices at his places are quite high, so if you can set it at £15 then this is great. its all about the experience. You cant expect GR to be in all of his places cooking all of the time!
#16
This is a F***ING good deal
#17
Lakeside;6642644
More than once I have heard him suggesting special offers to owners of failing restaurants - for example the failing bistro in Paris where he went for a homemade tomato soup and garlic bread lunch in the middle of the capital for 5 euros - perhaps we are watching different shows?


No, that's MENUS of cheap gear, for when the place was not otherwise OPEN, such as lunchtime, extending the opening hours!

You watch some of the American shows.... knocking happy hours & special offers are a particular quirk of his!
Oddly enough I think he is right on this too, it DOES lower the tone, so surprised to see this!

Of course in the British shows he gives a roasting(!) to boil in the bag lamb shanks too, and even pretends he has never HEARD of them then! Maybe that's where he got he idea for using those, and maybe the American shows are where he got the idea of special offers!.
#18
DomManley
personally i think this is a good deal. the prices at his places are quite high, so if you can set it at £15 then this is great. its all about the experience. You cant expect GR to be in all of his places cooking all of the time!


i think its good, beats my £74 bill tonight for cucumber sandwiches, tea and scones at the ritz!
#19
ascen;6650268
i think its good, beats my £74 bill tonight for cucumber sandwiches, tea and scones at the ritz!


Proof if any were needed that there is one born every minute :-(
#20
nihcaj
Proof if any were needed that there is one born every minute :-(


they were very lovely scones! being a foreigner I am a sucker (rather than a fool) for these types of overpriced things :D

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