Gordon Ramsay has opened up about a total tragedy in his personal life.
After speaking out in a new interview about the death of his son.
Scroll on to see what was said …
Now, usually, Gordon Ramsay is one of the hottest chefs in the world.
The British cook is well known for his short temper and no-nonsense cooking style, but it’s safe to say that he’s pretty damn good at what he does – which is cooking.
One of his most popular shows is Kitchen Nightmares, a show wherein Gordon helps restaurant owners to revamp their crumbling kitchens and transform them into the best places to eat in America.
But of course, Kitchen Nightmares never falls short in its bad language and temper tantrums. And let’s not even get started on Hell’s Kitchen…
When it comes to cooking amazing food, Gordon isn’t afraid to put people in their place.
Even if that does mean he has to be pretty savage.
His skills in the kitchen are renowned worldwide.
And he’s known for not being afraid of trying new things.
But, that’s not the only thing he known for…
There’s also his colorful language and explosive temper in the kitchen which often lands Gordon under fire.
His temper is what the star is criticized for the most…
Despite his foul-mouthed rants being the best selling point on his TV shows, many have labeled the chef as a “bully,” and have slammed him for giving actual chefs the wrong kind of reputation.
Despite his fiery temper, it is undeniable that Gordon is an extremely talented cook.
And his many restaurants around the globe are proof of that.
Gordon currently has thirty-five restaurants scattered around the world.
Allowing many fans a chance to actually experience a taste of his dining.
But, if you are planning to make a visit to a Gordon Ramsay restaurant, then beware they can be pretty expensive…
Especially, if you misread the menu like one man did…
Jeffrey Paige visited the Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant in Atlantic City, New Jersey last year, the Mirror reports.
He made the trip to the chef’s restaurant with his girlfriend.
Now, Paige had been intending to splash out some Wagyu beef during his visit, but while there he saw that the triple-seared Japanese A5 was also on the menu.
The triple-seared Japanese A5, also known as Kobe, is one of the most luxurious beef diners can buy, the outlet reports.
Paige decided to pick the Kobe as he thought the piece of meat cost $35 for 4oz in comparison to $78 for 8oz of the Wagyu.
His partner ordered the beef wellington for her meal and the couple also enjoyed sides, appetizers, and drinks alongside.
“I had never had real deal Kobe. It was like nothing else you’ll ever have. Melt in your mouth delicious,” he told the outlet.
“All in all an amazing meal and we were glad we could support the restaurant and its staff during these challenging times. And I still couldn’t believe Kobe was cheaper than Wagyu! Or so I thought.”
The couple enjoyed their meal but upon reading their bill, they received quite the shock…
Paige had misread the menu and the Kobe beef he had ordered was actually $35 per ounce ordered with a minimum order of 4oz.
Thankfully, Paige enjoyed his meal so much he was able to laugh off the mistake.
“I wish Chef Ramsay was there to come out and call me a donut for f***ing this up,” he said. “I enjoyed the hell out of it. No regrets baby!”
“My family and I are huge Gordon Ramsay fans, we watch his shows – Hell’s Kitchen, Masterchef – and I’ve been to his restaurants before and loved everything we’ve gotten.”
“The steak and the experience were unforgettable, and if I had to make this blunder at any restaurant in the world, I’m glad it was at Chef Ramsay’s.”
So, you’re wondering how much his bill came to?
More than $600!
But this week, Ramsay is back in the headlines for a rather more serious reason.
He’s opened up about the death of his son, Rocky.
His wife, Tana, miscarried five months into her pregnancy back in 2016.
“Losing Rocky was really tough, and then just being there and watching the trauma unfold, it’s just this life-changing moment…,” he People magazine.
“There’s no book that guides you through that loss.”
“We wouldn’t have had Oscar had we not lost Rocky,” he continued. “There was no substitute — far from it — but it brought us a bond that you’d never experience in a normal situation.”
“That’s the power of Tana,” he added. “Just watching the way that she dealt with it — and opened up with other friends and women in close proximity that could give advice — she was incredible straight after that.”
“There’s a lot of things that Tana’s done, that we wouldn’t be here today without that strength.”