Gordon Ramsay honestly talked about the one meal he would never order at a restaurant. He's well-known for his intense moments on TV shows like Hell’s Kitchen and Masterchef, and Kitchen Nightmares is making a comeback after almost a decade.
Gordon Ramsay is widely recognized for his culinary expertise, so if the celebrity chef advises against ordering a particular dish, it's likely wise to heed his recommendation.
Ramsay gained fame for his intense persona and direct communication style, often showcased in his popular TV show, Hell's Kitchen, where he doesn't hesitate to express his opinions, sometimes accompanied by passionate outbursts.
Ramsay, known for his straightforward and candid approach, was once asked about his thoughts on dishes people should steer clear of when dining out - and his answer makes sense.
Speaking to Town & Country in 2017, Ramsay 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."
Another question posed to Ramsay was whether he believes seeking recommendations from servers is a wise decision.
"It really depends on the restaurants, but servers tend to taste most of the dishes on the menu and can give you insight to what the chef has added or what locals love," the 57-year-old said.
"Being on the road, I’ve gotten a lot of great recommendations from servers."
This isn't the first instance of Ramsay cautioning diners about opting for the special dishes at a restaurant, expressing a specific concern about some places featuring a soup of the day.
According to the chef, when it comes to choosing the soup, it's advisable to inquire about what was served the day before. If it turns out to be the same, Ramsay suggests you might be in a situation where the soup has persisted as the "soup of the week" or even "soup of the month."
Additionally, Ramsay offers a unique piece of advice for those dining out on a romantic evening. He recommends booking a three-person table, as this strategic move reduces the likelihood of ending up "stuck in the corner like a doorstop."
It's an unconventional tip that some might find intriguing and worth trying during their dining experiences.
In another resurfaced interview, Ramsay disclosed the specific location where he adamantly refuses to dine.
"There's no f***ing way I eat on planes. 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," he previously told Refinery 29.
Instead, Ramsay chooses to have a meal before boarding his flight, often leaning towards Italian cuisine.
"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 quipped.
In addition to his demanding role as a chef, Ramsay is a father of six children, with his most recent addition born earlier this month.
In a sweet post shared to Instagram of him and his wife Tana with their newborn son, the TV favorite wrote: "What an amazing birthday present please welcome Jesse James Ramsay, 7lbs 10oz whopper!!
"One more bundle of love to the Ramsay brigade!! 3 boys, 3 girls…. Done."
The couple's family includes four-year-old Oscar, Tilly, aged 22, and twins Holly and Jack, aged 23, along with 25-year-old Megan.
With the recent addition of Jesse, the month of November becomes even more hectic for the celebrity family, as both Ramsay and his daughter Tilly celebrate their birthdays on November 8.