MasterChef viewers have taken to social media to have their say on the latest episode of the BBC One cooking programme.
Tonight’s episode saw the four contestants become three. The four cooks had to come up with an interpretation of a classic dish, with one of them being excluded from the competition.
The other three then cooked at Gordon Ramsay’s flagship London hotspot, the Gordon Ramsay Restaurant. The celebrity chef and TV personality guided the three enthusiasts as they attempted to recreate some of the dishes on his menu.
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However, some viewers were unhappy to see Gordon on the show, with some saying he “ruined” the program.
One person tweeted: “This is not the Gordon Ramsay Show!! I ruined the program!!” Another person said, “It’s more like #The apprentice.”
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One user simply said, “It was interesting to see Gordon Ramsay on this show. But never again please.”
A third user said: “Worst MC decision to have Ramsey…why do we want to watch a chef who can’t speak respectfully to contestants. He’s all about his own ego and doesn’t encourage those amateurs gifted.”
A fourth person typed: ‘It’s the Gordon Ramsay show again…at least we didn’t have to suffer John and Gregg so much.’
Gordon opened his flagship restaurant in 1998 and by 2001 the restaurant had been awarded the coveted 3 Michelin stars.
The dinner was organized as a special anniversary for the restaurant as it celebrates 21 years of holding three Michelin stars.
MasterChef ends tomorrow on BBC One at 8 p.m.
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