Gordon Ramsay was embroiled in a Twitter war with a ‘fry up police’ account after he revealed the new £19 breakfast at Savoy Grill.
The celebrity chef tweeted a video of “the most amazing Full English” which will be available in his upmarket restaurant from next week, but social media users were less than happy with its contents.
Featuring a lone sausage, tomato and mushroom along with rashers of bacon and two eggs, the portion seemed to fall short of expectations.
“Where’s the rest of it” was a common reply, while the hashtag #GarnishBoy started to gain some traction soon after.
A rival breakfast produced by the Fry Up Police account was posted by Tony Moore in response to Ramsay’s version – featuring a hearty selection of fried breakfasty goodness.
That’s called a Full English Classic Heart Attack you idiot sandwich 🥪— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) September 14, 2020
Ramsay dubbed it a ‘Full English Classic Heart Attack’ – although it clearly touched a nerve.
Vote on your favourite below:
Putting this to a vote, let the twitter verse decide…— Tony Moore (@BigBaldTone) September 15, 2020
Who's Full English would you prefer to a) be served and b) eat😁