“The River Restaurant showcases the very best shellfish and seafood the UK has to offer,” the description adds.
“From fresh oysters, ceviche and caviar served at the centre-piece raw bar, to an incredible à la carte menu including delicately spiced tandoori monkfish curry, swordfish schnitzel or a whole baked Cornish turbot.”
However, according to a sample menu, the restaurant is charging £24.50 for a dish it calls “cider-battered gurnard, minted peas, warm tartare sauce”.
Additionally, the chef is charging £7 for a side order of “Koffmann’s fries”, bringing the total amount for the fish and chips pairing up to £31.50.
The Sun reports that Ramsay’s new venture will also charge a 15 per cent service charge, bringing the total price of the dish up to more than £36.
When the 54-year-old posted a photograph of the meal on his Instagram, fans were quick to voice their concerns at its price.
“£25 for that fish!! Rip off, I could eat for a week for that,” one person wrote.
“I have some McCain oven chips in the freezer,” another teased.
Other Instagram users took issue with the portion size, with one person writing: “I’d much rather spend $15 on a whole meal rather than like $120 on a plate with 3 ounces of food on it.”
The Independent has contacted Ramsay for comment.
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