Gordon Ramsay TEARS APART the Food! | Hotel Hell Posted on November 15, 2019 camera phone chicago hotels dallas hotels food free Gordon Hell HOTEL hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet Ramsay rental property Sharing Tears travel travel vlog upload vacation Video Video Phone 20 thoughts on “Gordon Ramsay TEARS APART the Food! | Hotel Hell” Curry, lime, salt, pepper, chili and red onions. The modern chefs condiment to hide that the food is old, crusty and bland. When Im at a restaurant I actually look for fresh dishes were the flavor comes more naturally as a result of excellent produce treated with care by a chef that knows what he or she is doing.Reply Americans pronouncing German words sounds funny^^, i know its difficultReply Vegetarian mushroom ravioliNow doesnt that just scream traditional german cuisineReply The flowers are edible…Reply I love how Val got tricked by Gordon, and immediately flipped it onto the cook's. Atta boy ValReply that waitress is cuuuuuute!Reply she mispronounced it allReply So a flower was more edible than normal food?Reply HahahahahaReply "He said the flowers were delicious""Flowers?"Reply Val is my favorite Keagan M Key character on this showReply English Resturans shuodnt try tell spell thatReply The waitress is so attractive and well-spoken. Certainly she can find a better place to work?Reply a pair of camel's bollocks holy shit lmaoReply “Any specific type of shit ?” 😂Reply Food’s shit but the girl is hot.Reply I am surprised he didn't call the wiener schnitzel outdated. Honestly. It seems like theme is more or less traditional Austrian dishes. They are maybe badly executed, even generic, but it also makes sense to me they keep them in menu.Reply Wats wid d blue tinge?Reply That waitress is thicc 👌🏻Reply Lol Gordon, who is "allergic" to vegetarians and vegans ordered the "vegetarian mushroom ravioli." 😂Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.