Gordon Ramsay’s New Years Eve dinner menu costs £ 345 – and it’s alcohol-free


The set menu price, which main course is an Anjou pigeon, is £ 300, with the charge rising to £ 345 after the automatic addition of 15% service charge.

The 55-year-old Scotsman serves the seven-course feast at his Michelin-starred restaurant Petrus in southwest London

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey has come under fire after it was revealed that his New Years Eve dinner menu costs £ 345, with no alcohol.

The 55-year-old Scotsman serves the seven-course feast at his Michelin-starred restaurant Petrus in southwest London.

The fixed price of the menu, with the main course being pigeon, is £ 300, with charges rising to £ 345 after adding an automatic 15% service charge.

The menu for December 31 also includes a salad of smoked eel and potato as a starter, followed by a pâté, scallop, Dover sole, marmalade sorbet and hazelnut mousse.

The pigeon is a roasted Anjou bird accompanied by a pear and a sauce, The Sun reported.







The menu for December 31 includes a salad of smoked eel and potato as a starter, followed by a pâté, scallop, Dover sole, marmalade sorbet and hazelnut mousse
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The publication also indicated that it is in fact the wine that will cost the most. The Petrus wine list includes bottles of wines costing thousands of pounds each.

Prices are not even listed on the online menu and diners are advised to email the restaurant sommelier for a price list of the wines.

Ramsay’s New Years menu at his restaurant The River is even more expensive – at £ 402.50 per person, including a 15% service charge.







The Petrus wine list includes bottles of wines costing thousands of pounds each
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The news follows the recent revelation that Salt Bae’s Nusr-Et in Knightsbridge is one of the lowest rated restaurants on TripAdvisor in all of London, despite apparently being the second most expensive in the world.

The steakhouse landed in 20,491 of the city’s 23,811 restaurants, with an average rating of two out of five stars on the site.

Dishes range from £ 17 to obscene £ 1,450. Some of the restaurant’s specialties include a Golden Burger for £ 100 and a Golden Giant Tomahawk steak for £ 1,450.

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