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Gordon Ramsay fires back as he's branded a 'snob' after facing restaurant food backlash

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Twitter to fire back at a social media user after being branded a "snob".The Hell's Kitchen chef, 55, reacted after he was accused of serving "raw meat, hard pasta and barely warm vegetables" in his restaurants by a disgruntled Twitter user.In view of his 7.5 million followers, Gordon didn't hesitate to slam the rude comments.The star hit back: "Really??

Have you tried my food??"He ended the post with the hashtag #NextLevelChef.Gordon was responding to a plethora of criticism from a social media user, who branded him a "snob" due to his "style of cooking".@BoccioloRosa wrote: "Quite honestly, I don't care for Gordon's style of cooking."He hardly even cooks anything."Meat is raw.

Pastas are pre-al dente. Veggies are barely warm," they added.However, not yet finished, they went on: "And sauces are in scant amounts."He's too much of a snob!" they ended their tweet.The angry social media user made their comments following a tweet from the official Twitter account behind Gordon's show Next Level Chef, which demonstrated how to make beet cappelletti.Following the comments, Gordon's followers took to the comments to air their views.Addressing the social media user's timeline, @dev_the_dad wrote: "He has a recent tweet about lil Caesar’s being the best."After spotting the comment, Gordon wrote back: "It was @innoutburger," followed by a winking face emoji, @CagetheDarkness tweeted: "There's no way that anybody could turn down Chef Ramsay's food!

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