Gordon Ramsay Gets a Slap
Gordon Ramsay normally tells other restaurant owners off for the state of their kitchens.
Now it seems that he has been a given a taste of his own medicine.
Information released under the Freedom of Information Act showed that food inspectors found minor hygiene problems at two of Ramsay's London restaurants.
At one of the three Michelin starred Gordon Ramsay restaurants, a food inspector found the freezer needed to be cleaned "thoroughly."
At another restaurant, based in Claridge's, inspectors noted a washing sink was too close to where food was prepared; also chefs were seen wiping their hands on dirty cloths. The ladies' restrooms also were reported to be missing soap.
Ramsay has now addressed these issues.