This week Twitter totally ate up an old clip of another chef giving Gordon Ramsay the Gordon Ramsay treatment. In the segment from Season 5 of “The F Word,” the executive chef at London’s now-defunct Blue Elephant basically tells Ramsay his pad thai sucks.
The Thai chef, whom the host calls “Chef Chang,” takes just one bite of Ramsay’s version of the famous dish. But instead of saying definitively whether it’s good or not, he asks: “What do you want to know from me?”
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YALL IM CRYINGGGGGGGGGG pic.twitter.com/SzTb0kkZYz
— Syd (@sydneeW_) April 2, 2018
When pressed, he said, “This is not pad thai at all.” But his face really did all the talking:
People on Twitter absolutely loved the Thai chef’s saucy burn.
Everybody’s a gangster until a real gangster walks into the room lol pic.twitter.com/OFW7UPAHX8
— . (@SamSwarlos) April 3, 2018
“what do you want to know from me?”
And my girl in the back is all thinkin “oh shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii here it comes” pic.twitter.com/ZC8CMVRKH9
— Bigg Michael / 大物のマイケル (@DrM2theJ) April 3, 2018
Was probably thinking pic.twitter.com/12tAu3vQrK
— the doom of valyria (@ItsDesmondo) April 3, 2018
When Ramsey meets himself but the Asian version 😂😂😂 https://t.co/PkCG1storQ
— §murf Parker (@IsmethakaSmurf) April 3, 2018See Also
Serving up brutal criticism of people’s cuisine is usually Ramsay’s jam. In fact, people actually tweet photos of their food at Ramsay in hopes that he’ll publicly slam them.
— Chris B (@chrisEbon) February 19, 2017
Looks like toxic scum on a stagnant pool https://t.co/3Rf6s62Rgk
— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) February 19, 2017
But in this particular instance, the tables were turned and it was deliciously satisfying.
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