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Innovative Restaurant Serves Gordon Ramsay Steak On A Roof Tile, He Was Not Impressed [WATCH]

It takes a lot to impress Gordon Ramsay. The world renowned chef and star of the half the cooking shows on television has seen pretty much everything there is to see when it comes to food. Or maybe he hasn’t.

In a segment from his hit series, Kitchen Nightmares, chef Ramsay visits a restaurant that serves traditional filet mignon in a pretty unconventional way.

The owner came up with a fun idea to serve the steak on a piece of roof tile, calling it the Flaming Tsunami. Placed slightly uncooked on the piece of tile, the steak is finished with a burner and some garlic butter in front of the patron.

Props for showmanship, but apparently this culinary performance led to some pretty chewy steak. As you can see from the video above, chef Ramsay was far from impressed with the flamboyant dish.

Jokes aside, hopefully the restaurant owners turn things around for their business.


A Trader Joe’s In New York Suffered A Terrible Fate During This Blizzard

Everybody loves when things don’t have roofs: convertibles, football fields, water parks, you name it. Unfortunately, when it’s the roof of your work that comes down, it makes for a pretty shitty Monday, as if they weren’t already shitty enough.

According to state-run New Jersey website, One Trader Joe’s in Westfield, New Jersey, dealt with that exactly, as the roof began collapsing due to the weight of the snow brought on by one of the strongest blizzards we’ve seen this century.

The roof began crumbling around 2 p.m. on Saturday, although thankfully no one was hurt. The store was obviously closed and will reopen again once the damage has been repaired.

As an option for the employees, the corporate office has offered to transplant them to surrounding locations until the damages have been mended and fixed.

Looks like no one ever taught Trader Joe’s how to “raise the roof.”


Photo Credit: New Jersey