The celebrity chef Tom Kerridge has defended charging PS87 for a steak at one of his bars. The TV cook will charge the price of a sirloin steak in the pub he works at, The Hand and Flowers The lamb main is priced at PS69. a spiced venison loin comes at PS60. The salad is PS7. Pub that opened its own bakery after lockdown named Welsh bars of the year. A dish of smoked salmon that costs PS42.50 is the highest priced starter. All the desserts cost PS26.50.Tom Kerridge defends PS87 price
The wine lover Guy Woodward quoted the website of the pub in Marlow, Bucks and tweeted: “Website of The Hand and Flowers by Tom Kerridge.
However, he also stated: “Steak and chips PS87 Side of cabbage PS7.50 and creme brulee PS26.50. “And people are complaining about mark-ups on wine lists.”
However, Kerridge came out to defend the costs in the statement, saying that costs are expensive because he gives his employees a fair salary.
He added: “Those prices include everything including VAT, service and. There is no additional charge for service in any way. “Also I make sure that staff are paid properly and treat their jobs as a career in the professional field. “Perhaps the true cost of dining at a restaurant should be considered. “Unpretentious doesn’t mean expensive.”
The bar also has two Michelin stars, the first pub in the country to be awarded two stars as per the SWNS news agency.Tom Kerridge defends PS87 price.
Kerridge’s restaurant serves the most expensive of fish and chips at an eyewatering PS32.50.Served with only seven chips, carefully coated with garnish of herb, and accompanying it with big chunks of tartare, pease dessert and curry sauce The fish and chips dinner is now available in the 5-star Corinthia hotel located in London.