Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman
Tom Kerridge has defended the price of the fish and chips he serves at Harrods amid previous backlash.
The TV chef has previously hit the headlines for charging £35 for fish and chips at the high-end department store’s restaurant and £87 for a sirloin steak in his pub in Buckinghamshire.
But he says that negative feedback about the price of he food he serves doesn’t affect him any more.
Speaking to the Radio Times, the chef said that he’s “learnt to deal with it”.
Tom Kerridge has also been transparent about the hidden costs of eating out, and adamant that people aren’t aware of this.
Tom Kerridge is the proud owner of three Michelin Stars – two for his pub The Hand and Flowers and a third for The Coach.
The chef has always made a point of helping those in food poverty too, launching Full Time Meals with footballer Marcus Rashford, which helps tackle child poverty, and helps those who need it to make budget friendly, easy meals.
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