Gordon Ramsay rinsed for minuscule lamb dish that’s part of £120-a-head menu

Foodies feel fleeced by a lamb dish served up by Gordon Ramsay.

They took to social media to complain that the two small slices of meat – part of a £120-a-head menu – are not enough.

Diner Tommy said on Instagram: “1 bite ­– goodnight.” And another follower asked: “Where’s the rest?”

The minuscule lamb lunch, which ignited fury after a video of it was posted to Instagram, is served at Ramsay’s Michelin-starred Petrus restaurant in Knightsbridge, London.

The seven-course offering does not include drinks and will have to be scoffed outside during the lockdown restrictions.

Ramsay said on Instagram: “Herdwick lamb, morels, wild garlic, young peas, marjoram at @PetrusByGordonRamsay… simply stunning!!”

But he has also got battered for offering a £20.50 fish supper that comes with a handful of chips.

One of the chef’s Instagram followers wrote: “There’s only like 5 chips.”

Another said of a meal at Heddon Street Kitchen in Soho, London: “Fish and chip more like.” The celebrity chef made his name roasting rivals who don’t come up to scratch.

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But snaps of his Sunday lunch at the Savoy Grill in London on social media in September were also criticised.

Some found £40 for a slice of beef, three roasties, two carrots, broccoli and a Yorkshire pudding a bit hard to swallow.

Ramsay again said it was “stunning!” But one critic asked: “Is that a child’s portion?”

Meanwhile, trolls likened his steak tartare to “cat food” after he shared a video.

The clip was uploaded onto Gordon’s official Twitter account with the caption: "The most delicious steak tartare at Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill."

Previously, Gordon had left fans fuming after his takeaway prank backfired.

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