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Gordon Ramsay is serving up an eyewatering £275-per-head Christmas Day lunch at his posh London restaurant, Savoy Grill. 

The British celebrity chef’s team will be rustling up festive roast dinners with all of the trimmings for customers looking to escape the stress of making their own food at home. 

The six-course meal includes an array of starters and several mains – turkey, beef wellington and Dover sole – but the price does not cover a £2 cover charge per guest or service – meaning patrons will be forking out in the region of £320 per head. 

Drinks are also not included, so prices could quickly skyrocket once a festive tipple or two – like a £17 signature cocktail – is added.    

Gordon Ramsay is serving up an eyewatering £275 Christmas Day lunch at his posh London restaurant, Savoy Grill. The six-course meal includes the succulent beef wellington, above

Gordon Ramsay is serving up an eyewatering £275 Christmas Day lunch at his posh London restaurant, Savoy Grill. The six-course meal includes the succulent beef wellington, above

Gordon Ramsay is serving up an eyewatering £275 Christmas Day lunch at his posh London restaurant, Savoy Grill. The six-course meal includes the succulent beef wellington, above 

The 'exquisite' 6-course lunch includes canapés, pumpkin velouté, souffle, Norfolk turkey, beef Wellington or Dover sole. Pictured, Savoy Grill's Christmas lunch menu

The 'exquisite' 6-course lunch includes canapés, pumpkin velouté, souffle, Norfolk turkey, beef Wellington or Dover sole. Pictured, Savoy Grill's Christmas lunch menu

The ‘exquisite’ 6-course lunch includes canapés, pumpkin velouté, souffle, Norfolk turkey, beef Wellington or Dover sole. Pictured, Savoy Grill’s Christmas lunch menu

The British celebrity chef has previously come under fire for his pricey offerings at his upmarket London restaurant. Pictured, Ramsay at a Las Vegas nightclub in 2015

The British celebrity chef has previously come under fire for his pricey offerings at his upmarket London restaurant. Pictured, Ramsay at a Las Vegas nightclub in 2015

The British celebrity chef has previously come under fire for his pricey offerings at his upmarket London restaurant. Pictured, Ramsay at a Las Vegas nightclub in 2015 

The New Year’s Eve set meal will set you back £405 once service charge is taken into account. 

The ‘exquisite’ 6-course Christmas lunch includes canapés, pumpkin velouté, souffle, Norfolk turkey, beef Wellington or Dover sole.

And for those with a sweet tooth, dessert has a choice of orange sorbet, Christmas pudding or a cheeseboard.  

A description of the feast online reads: ‘Join us for an unforgettable day and let us treat you and your loved ones to our exquisite 6-course Savoy Grill Christmas Day menu. There’s all the traditional trimmings and children’s menus are available, too (£125 per guest).’      

It comes almost a year after Gordan Ramsey divided fans over a £140 Christmas dinner at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant (pictured)

It comes almost a year after Gordan Ramsey divided fans over a £140 Christmas dinner at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant (pictured)

It comes almost a year after Gordan Ramsey divided fans over a £140 Christmas dinner at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant (pictured) 

But with a signature cocktail costing a whopping £17, while a glass of fancy champagne can cost up to £150 – not to mention the 12.5–15% discretionary charge they have too – diners are looking at one hefty bill come the end of the night. 

It comes almost a year after Gordan Ramsey divided fans over a £140 Christmas dinner at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant, which had no Yorkshire pudding and gravy that ‘looks like Bisto.’ 

He posted a picture to his Instagram showing the London restaurant’s Christmas dinner offering which included gravy being poured over a turkey wellington, cabbage with chopped up sprouts, pigs in blankets and cranberry sauce.

In the background of the video was a separate plate with roast potatoes, parsnips and carrots.

Gordon Ramsay has been savaged online over his Sunday lunch (pictured), with diners branding it a 'child's portion' and questioning where the rest of the trimmings are

Gordon Ramsay has been savaged online over his Sunday lunch (pictured), with diners branding it a 'child's portion' and questioning where the rest of the trimmings are

Gordon Ramsay has been savaged online over his Sunday lunch (pictured), with diners branding it a ‘child’s portion’ and questioning where the rest of the trimmings are

But while Gordon, 53, labelled the 'sirloin of beef with all the trimmings' 'absolutely stunning' (above), several of his 9.8million followers were left unimpressed by the three baby carrots and roast potatoes offered - with one person asking: 'Where's the rest of it?'

But while Gordon, 53, labelled the 'sirloin of beef with all the trimmings' 'absolutely stunning' (above), several of his 9.8million followers were left unimpressed by the three baby carrots and roast potatoes offered - with one person asking: 'Where's the rest of it?'

But while Gordon, 53, labelled the ‘sirloin of beef with all the trimmings’ ‘absolutely stunning’ (above), several of his 9.8million followers were left unimpressed by the three baby carrots and roast potatoes offered – with one person asking: ‘Where’s the rest of it?’

And while some fans thought the meal looked good, others were quick to comment on the consistency of gravy, with one saying it looked ‘thinner than her dead nan’s arm’. 

Previously Ramsay has been savaged online over his Sunday lunch, with diners branding it a ‘child’s portion’ and questioning where the rest of the trimmings are.

The British chef took to his Instagram page over the weekend to share a snap of his roast, which he serves at his Savoy Grill restaurant in London, as part of a two-course £40 set menu.

But while Gordon, 53, labelled the ‘sirloin of beef with all the trimmings’ ‘absolutely stunning’, several of his 9.8million followers were left unimpressed by the three baby carrots and roast potatoes offered – with one person asking: ‘Where’s the rest of it?’

Source: Daily Mail UK

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