Gordon Ramsay tells Norwegian broadcaster he would ‘drown him in a fjord' if he was responsible for the loss of his Michelin stars
Spare a thought for the person who is ever held responsible for a downgrading
Gordon Ramsay is known for his explosive temper.
The thought of even dropping a pan in his kitchen is enough to strike fear into the hearts of the steeliest chefs.
But spare a thought for the person who is ever held responsible for losing him a Michelin star.
Speaking on Norwegian television, the TV chef was asked by the host Skavlan what he would do to someone if he found out they were responsible for a downgrading.
“I would take you to the most amazing fjord in Norway and I would drown you,” he told the presenter, presumably jokingly.
“I started crying when I lost my stars,” Ramsay said of the personal upheaval caused by the downgrading of his restaurant The London last year.
“It's a very emotional thing for any chef. It's like losing a girlfriend. You want her back.”
Ramsay does, however, currently hold a total of 14 Michelin stars in his 12 restaurants worldwide.
And he still doesn’t like vegetarians, according to The Sun.
“I am allergic to [vegetarians]... I would pay my kids never to be vegetarian,” he said.
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