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Gordon Ramsay advises diners to avoid ordering a specific dish at restaurants

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Gordon Ramsay is a famous chef known for his fiery temper and his incredible cooking skills.

He has spent years visiting restaurants that are struggling and helping them improve. Through these experiences, he has tried almost every type of food you can imagine, from simple quiches to fancy bouillabaisse.

Gordon Ramsay advises diners to avoid ordering a specific dish at restaurants
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In a recent chat with the Daily Mail, Gordon Ramsay shared some of his secrets for knowing if a restaurant is good or not. He warned people to be careful of restaurants that make big claims about their food, like saying they have the “best in the world” or are “famous.” Ramsay believes these statements are often just big words without real proof.

He also gave some smart tips for choosing a good wine without spending too much money. He suggested asking for the “bin end” list, which has wines that didn’t sell well or have damaged labels. He said you can find great wines there for no more than $30.

Gordon Ramsay advises diners to avoid ordering a specific dish at restaurants
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But the most important advice Ramsay gave was about the “specials” on the menu. He explained that when a restaurant has many dishes listed as specials, they aren’t really that special. Often, these are just ways for the restaurant to sell normal dishes at higher prices.

Ramsay even shared a tip about the “soup of the day.” He said if you’re curious, ask the server what yesterday’s soup was. If it’s the same, then the restaurant is probably serving the same soup every day, not just for one day.

For those planning a romantic dinner, Ramsay had a clever trick: reserve a table for three instead of two. He believes this can get you a table much faster.

Gordon Ramsay’s advice shows that he cares about helping people have the best dining experience. His tips are not just for fancy chefs but for anyone who loves to eat out and wants to make sure they get the best value for their money.