Gordon Ramsay lives up to his reputation at Islington butcher's
PUBLISHED: 13:48 28 September 2010 | UPDATED: 11:13 14 October 2010
TV CHEF Gordon Ramsay filmed for his new show at an Islington butcher s shop – where he lived up to his reputation for coarse language.
TV CHEF Gordon Ramsay filmed for his new show at an Islington butcher's shop - where he lived up to his reputation for coarse language.
The TV star was at the factory of award-winning family butcher's Frank Godfrey, in Morris Place, Finsbury Park, for his Channel 4 show Ramsay's Best Restaurant.
Chris Godfrey, who is from the family's fourth generation of butchers and works at their shop in Highbury Barn, said a mix-up caused the chef and his crew to arrive at the wrong site. He said: "They turned up at the factory but I was expecting them at the shop. They were also a bit early. He said: 'Is this my f**k up or your f**k up?'"
Frank Godfrey has previously appeared on Gordon Ramsay's F-Word and programmes starring other celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver.
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