Gordon Ramsay's Butter Chicken From His Restaurant at Heathrow Airport Gets Hilariously Trolled on Social Media, Check Funny Tweets
Gordon Ramsay gets trolled for butter chicken picture (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Top chef Gordon Ramsay is known for being a very harsh food critique. His temper and choice of expletives haven't been received kindly and people on social media have criticism style several times. But this time, it was a chance for the internet to take their revenge. It so happened, Ramsay uploaded a picture of a plate of butter chicken he was having at his restaurant on the Heathrow airport. Butter Chicken is popular Indian chicken curry and in fact, a very loved dish by non-veg lovers. The quantity, spice and the overall taste is relished by them but Ramsay's plate looked far from appealing. When a top chef messed around with a dish so good, Twitterati came cracking down and started trolling him. Gordon Ramsay Shocks Twitter with His 'going to Give This Vegan Thing a Try'.

Plane Food is Gordon Ramsay's restaurant which is now also at the Heathrow Airport. Ramsay's way of promoting it and the butter chicken not just missed the mark but clearly failed to impress anyone. The picture had a relatively smaller bowl of butter chicken, along with little rice and South Indian poppadum or an equivalent of naan (type of flat bread). From calling it a starter to looking at its finishing, people on the internet showed his way of criticism back to him. What Does the Number 65 in Chicken 65 Mean?

Check Gordon Ramsay's Tweet About Having Butter Chicken at Heathrow Airport

Is it for Ants?

Or That's a Starter?

This could be better presented

How Ramsay Would Say it!

Haha, Rice Ball!

Ok, This Might Be Getting Out of Hand!

We Obviously Are Better At Butter Chicken!

A lot of Indians commented that it is clearly not how 'original' butter chicken looks like. When we say butter chicken, we mean a full course meal and the quantity is Ramsay's picture was too disappointing as some called it 'depressing' too. What are your thoughts on Gordon Ramsay's Food Plane's version of this chicken curry dish?