Indian restaurants make Gordon Ramsay ‘cringe’

November 14th, 2007 - 2:52 am ICT by admin  
The outspoken chef said that he ‘cringes’ every time he goes into an Indian restaurant in the UK and sees the menu.

What really gets him mad, as it turns out, is the plastic menu, and the ‘of all-purpose curry bubbling away’.

“I cringe when I go into an Indian restaurant and see a six foot long menu with 180 dishes on it, encased in laminated plastic so that it can be wiped clean of dribble,” the Daily Express quoted him, as saying.

“What it means is that they’ve got a massive vat of all-purpose curry bubbling away, into which they drop a bit of powder at the last moment to create the sauce flavour ordered.”

Gordon is currently one of only three chefs in the UK whose restaurant is rated at three Michelin stars, the most recognized and influential culinary ratings in western Europe. (ANI)

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