☕️Review: (9/10) Now I have heard mixed reviews about this place and had to try it out for myself. From the decor/ambiance to the music selection and subtle traditional accents, it really makes this place a tribute to the South Asian culture. They do offer a few varieties of their tea. We opted for the ButterChai (Kashmiri Chai). Although their butter chai was the most expensive on the menu at $10 a cup, it was quite worth it. All in all a great experience!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be the child of the most famous chef in existence? Luxury holidays, private jets, a foot into the industry?
Despite a net worth of a whopping $190 million, Gordon Ramsay’s kids receive no special treatment. Ramsay has always been very open about his tough upbringing, and wants his children to work hard for their success like he had to.
The first thing about being a Ramsay child means doing a lot of charity work. The Ramsay family do a lot of work with Great Ormond Street Hospital, including running marathons and visiting the children in their care.
Gordon admitted that his children are also not allowed to fly First Class, because they “haven’t worked anywhere near hard enough to afford” sitting so close to the pilot. The Hell’s Kitchen host also gives his children a strict budget of £50 a week, and for those at university, £100 a week. This money has to cover the cost of their own phone bills, their clothes and shoes and any other necessities.
So... for the Ramsay children, if they want to be as successful as their foul mouthed father, they’ll have to work for their money. Additionally, the father of four refuses to let any of his children work in his restaurants, and if they want a career in the cooking industry, they need to ‘f*ck off’ and work for another chef.
Finally... as for inheritance, Ramsay’s children won’t be getting any of that either. Ramsay admitted that any money he leaves behind “definitely isn’t going to them” as he doesn’t want to spoil his offspring.