Ramsay suffers fresh nightmare
GORDON Ramsay's personal kitchen nightmare continued yesterday as he shut his "boil-in-the-bag" kitchen.
The announcement to shut GR Logistics in London came just a week after the closure of the Devonshire in Chiswick.
The fiery chef, 43, axed the outlets after parent company Gordon Ramsay Holdings (GRH) recorded a 4.3 million loss last year. The celebrity chef's company bought the Logistics operation in Wandsworth, from Albert Roux, who operated it as the House of Albert Roux.
GRH had been using the facilities to pre-prepare meals sold at its Foxtrot Oscar restaurant and three London gastropubs.
It came under fire after it emerged the Scots TV star was producing pre-prepared meals for his other outlets with mark-ups of up to 586 per cent.
However, Ramsay defended the operation, saying it was a "Gordon Ramsay kitchen run by Gordon Ramsay chefs cooking Gordon Ramsay food".
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