Gordon Ramsay sends followers wild after cooking a steak they claim is RAW – but would YOU eat it?

Gordon Ramsay has divided opinion after sharing a picture of a steak cooked medium rare to Twitter, with many followers branding it ‘raw’.

The British celebrity chef, 53, posted a video of the dish from his Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill restaurant in London‘s Mayfair, tweeting: ‘Just look at that côte de boeuf at Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill…. cooked to perfection!’.

The tweet quickly racked up 10,00 likes and comments, with many claiming it was underdone, while others arguing that’s how steak should be cooked. 

Gordon Ramsay has divided opinion after sharing a picture of a steak cooked medium rare to Twitter, with many followers branding it 'raw'

Gordon Ramsay has divided opinion after sharing a picture of a steak cooked medium rare to Twitter, with many followers branding it 'raw'

Gordon Ramsay has divided opinion after sharing a picture of a steak cooked medium rare to Twitter, with many followers branding it ‘raw’

The British celebrity chef, 53, posted a video of the dish from his Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill restaurant in London's Mayfair, tweeting: 'Just look at that côte de boeuf at Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill.... cooked to perfection!'

The British celebrity chef, 53, posted a video of the dish from his Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill restaurant in London's Mayfair, tweeting: 'Just look at that côte de boeuf at Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill.... cooked to perfection!'

The British celebrity chef, 53, posted a video of the dish from his Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill restaurant in London’s Mayfair, tweeting: ‘Just look at that côte de boeuf at Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill…. cooked to perfection!’

The tweet quickly racked up 10,00 likes and comments, with many claiming it was underdone and one joking that they could almost 'hear it mooing'

The tweet quickly racked up 10,00 likes and comments, with many claiming it was underdone and one joking that they could almost 'hear it mooing'

The tweet quickly racked up 10,00 likes and comments, with many claiming it was underdone and one joking that they could almost ‘hear it mooing’

‘Raw!’ one person proclaimed, while another added: ‘Afraid of hearing it mooing as soon as I bite it.’

Elsewhere one wrote: ‘Still got its coat on!’, and agreeing, one follower said: ‘Where is the dislike button?’.

And some followers shared memes to the lively Twitter thread, with one sharing a snap of Homer Simpson with a wobbly stomach, while another shared a GIF of Gordon shouting ‘it’s raw!’.  

'Raw!' one person proclaimed, while another added: 'Afraid of hearing it mooing as soon as I bite it.'

'Raw!' one person proclaimed, while another added: 'Afraid of hearing it mooing as soon as I bite it.'

‘Raw!’ one person proclaimed, while another added: ‘Afraid of hearing it mooing as soon as I bite it.’

However others defended the dish, with one follower writing: ‘Not raw that’s exactly how it should be cooked’.

‘Just eat overcooked steak then’, another said, ‘while one added: ‘I shouldn’t be looking at this when I’m so hungry’, adding a heart face emoji. 

Gordon has an array of restaurants across the world, including Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay in Mayfair, Gordon Ramsay Bar and Grill in Mayfair, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill Atlantic City, and Gordon Ramsay Steak in Las Vegas.

Followers shared memes to the lively Twitter thread, with one sharing a snap of Homer Simpson with a wobbly stomach, while another shared a gif of Gordon shouting 'it's raw!'

Followers shared memes to the lively Twitter thread, with one sharing a snap of Homer Simpson with a wobbly stomach, while another shared a gif of Gordon shouting 'it's raw!'

Followers shared memes to the lively Twitter thread, with one sharing a snap of Homer Simpson with a wobbly stomach, while another shared a gif of Gordon shouting ‘it’s raw!’

However others defended the dish, with one follower writing: 'Not raw that's exactly how it should be cooked'

However others defended the dish, with one follower writing: 'Not raw that's exactly how it should be cooked'

However others defended the dish, with one follower writing: ‘Not raw that’s exactly how it should be cooked’

 

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