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Gordon Ramsay has announced his restaurant Savoy Grill will start serving a Full English later this month, but fans have been left unimpressed by the prices.
The celebrity chef, 53, who recently gave his one year old son Oscar his first swimming lessons in their renovated pool, took to his Twitter feed to share a short clip of the fry up, which sees a knife cut into an egg yolk, allowing it the run down the plate.
The British breakfast favourite includes two eggs, one sausage, a few strips of bacon, one tomato and one mushroom.
He captioned it: "The most amazing Full English…. can’t wait for you to try it from 21st September at Savoy Grill !" [sic]
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The high-end restaurant is charging a whopping £19 for the fry up, despite not even including hash browns or beans. Sides can be ordered for an additional £5 each.
Fans have flocked to the comments section to mock the star and his dish as they couldn't fathom both the prices and the lack of English staples.
One said: "Can't wait for you to try it!!!!! Are the sides £5 each or is that for all of them???? Who is mug enough to pay a fiver for one sausage??? Get a grip GR." [sic]
Sharing a snap of the menu from the restaurant, another said: "Wow £19 for that breakfast…also where’s the Beans.." [sic]
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A third added: "£19?! Jesus Christ. One sausage. Where’s the hash browns? Black pudding? Toast? And the greenery????" [sic]
And a fourth decided to share a picture of what they deemed a proper Full English, complete with two eggs, two black puddings, strips of bacon and crispy bacon, two large hash browns, beans, three sausages and a stack of mushrooms.
The follower captioned it: "THIS is a full English Gordon. Take a leaf out of @fryuppolice's book…."
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Gordon, who recently sent fans wild as he shared a photo of his lookalike son Oscar, did not take kindly to the criticism.
He immediately quipped: "That’s called a Full English Classic Heart Attack you idiot sandwich," followed by a sandwich emoji.
Coming to the fan's defence, another responded to the chain, saying: "True Gordon but by god it still beats yours," alongside a thumbs emoji.
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