Chef Gordon Ramsay trolled for his signature dish priced at Rs 1,800; watch the video

                    Among the many negative comments, few users have also given positive feedback to the video.  One user wrote "could make this dish for dinner tonight" while another user commented saying it was quite mouthwatering
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            <p>Famous British chef Gordon Ramsay is known for sharing his opinion on food/dishes in the most blunt way.  Along with trolling other chefs, Ramsay is also known for yelling at contestants on reality TV shows, including <em>Chef</em> and <em>Hell's Kitchen</em>.

However, the world-renowned chef recently gave social media users the chance to reverse the shameless reviews on a dish at one of his restaurants. Ramsay became the target of criticism after sharing a video of the dish – Arnold Bennett’s Souffle from his London restaurant.

For the uninitiated, this special dish won him much acclaim in 2003 and was also a signature dish at the Savoy Grill in London, when it was first added to the menu.

Taking to his Twitter account, Ramsay posted a video of Arnold Bennett Souffle and called it just perfect. “A signature Savoy Grill. Arnold Bennett soufflé with aged cheddar sauce. Simply perfect,” he captioned. In the now-viral post, we can see someone pouring thick, melted yellow cheese over a white soufflé that looks heavenly.

Watch the video here:

Soon after the post went viral, many liked the presentation of the dish, while others expressed disappointment about it. One user commented, “Sounds good” and another said, “looks like a candle with shot sauce on it.”

Check out some of the reactions here:

Among the many negative comments, few users have also given positive feedback to the video. One user wrote “could make this dish for dinner tonight”, while another user commented that it was quite appetizing and a third user mentioned that it looked so good.

The Arnold Bennett Souffle is priced at 18 pounds (or around 1,800 rupees), according to The star of the day.

This isn’t the first time Ramsay has come under fire. When he shared his own take on the classic British dish of fish and chips last year, it was not well received by restaurant patrons and on social media. People criticized him for serving the dish for the price of around $33 (or around 2,500 rupees).

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