TV chef Tom Kerridge has confronted criticism over his ‘cooking cost’ for butcher-priced steaks at his gastropub – regardless of saying they’re an ‘absolute cut price’.
The 48-year-old is launching a brand new menu which incorporates the £12.50 payment for cooking meat on his grill at The Butchers Faucet and Grill in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, tonight.
However some restaurant goers lashed out on the prices, with one asking: ‘£12.50 to throw on a BBQ griddle?’
It comes three weeks after the Michelin-starred chef was slammed for charging £87 for sirloin steak, with greens costing £7.50 additional at his Hand and Flowers pub.
Tom Kerridge (pictured above), 48, is launching a brand new menu which incorporates the £12.50 payment for cooking meat on his grill at The Butchers Faucet and Grill in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, tonight
The Michelin-starred chef wrote on social media: ‘You select your meat on the counter at butchers’ costs after which get charged a £12.50 prepare dinner cost per individual’
Kerridge instructed his 600,000 Instagram followers: ‘Steaks! Opening Friday at The Butcher’s Faucet and Grill.’
In reference to the earlier row, he added: ‘And earlier than any pea brained doughnut asks, it’s not £87.
‘You select your meat on the counter at butchers’ costs after which get charged a £12.50 prepare dinner cost per individual. Absolute cut price.’
However one social media person stated: ‘Nice. Simply no want for the “pea brained” insult. Develop up.’
Kerridge hit again, writing: ‘It’s solely an insult if it’s geared toward you.’
However Darren responded: ‘So folks aren’t entitled to question your well-known £87 steak?’
And one other stated: ‘£12.50 to throw on a BBQ griddle? That’s the place I’m struggling pal.’
Kerridge – who runs the pub – stated: ‘We additionally serve it and wash up. In the event you don’t suppose that’s value £12.50 pal.’
Others praised the idea nevertheless, with one writing: ‘I’d gladly pay £12.50 and extra. I admire the abilities you guys have.’
One other stated: ‘Stunning steaks, stunning grill.’
The Butchers Bar and Grill, pictured above. Others praised the idea, with one writing: ‘I’d gladly pay £12.50 and extra. I admire the abilities you guys have’
And a 3rd added: ‘Pretty idea’.
Wine professional Man Woodward had beforehand hit out at Kerridge over his £87 steak at The Hand and Flowers.
Different costs included a lamb primary at £69 and a spiced venison loin at £60.
Final December, Kerridge confronted criticism for promoting takeaway Christmas dinners that clients needed to prepare dinner themselves for £95 per head.
Then two months later he was additionally blasted for doing comparable ones for Valentines Day costing £185.
MailOnline has reached out to The Butchers Faucet and Grill for remark.