Gordon Ramsay Thinks It's 'Bloody Pompous' When Restaurants Ban Photos

Carly Ledbetter
The chef has spoken.  (Jason LaVeris via Getty Images)

Gordon Ramsay hates many things: pineapple on pizzaairplane food, fellow celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and massive deli sandwiches

But surprisingly, Ramsay doesn’t hate the one thing we’d expect him to ― people taking photos of food in restaurants. 

The chef recently even defended customers who want to take pictures of their meals after a famous British dining establishment, The Waterside Inn, banned customers from doing just that. 

“I’m really getting so upset about people taking pictures. We put up a card at the door — ‘No photos, please,’” Michel Roux, one of the co-founders of the three-Michelin starred restaurant, told the Daily Mail.

“What are they doing? Maybe once during the meal you want to take a little photo of something because it’s unusual,” he added. “But what about the flavors? A picture on a phone cannot possibly capture the flavors.” 

This kind of logic didn’t sit well with Ramsay, who voiced his displeasure with the new rule last week on Twitter: 

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After his delightful tweets, Ramsay went back to what he does best on Twitter ― serving up savage reviews of people’s food

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.