A DINER was left with an eye-watering bill after misreading the menu at a Gordon Ramsay steakhouse but claims that he doesn't regret it.
Jeffrey Paige visited the TV chef’s restaurant at Harrah’s in Atlantic City, New Jersey with his girlfriend in August last year.
He was intending to splash out on some Wagyu beef but realized the triple-seared Japanese A5 – also known as "Kobe" – was also on the menu.
A5 is the highest grade possible and is the most luxurious beef diners can buy.
Jeffrey thought the steak cost £26 ($35) for four ounces, compared to around £59 ($78) for 8oz of the Wagyu beef, The Mirror reports.
He said: “I had never had real deal Kobe. It was like nothing else you’ll ever have. Melt in your mouth delicious.”
Jeffrey's partner treated herself to the beef wellington and the couple ordered sides, appetizers, and drinks.
But he appeared to have misread the menu as the beef was actually a staggering $35 per ounce with a minimum order size of four ounces.
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He said: “I wish Chef Ramsay was there to come out and call me a donut for f**king this up lol.
"I enjoyed the hell out of it. No ragrets baby (sic)."
Jeffrey’s expensive ordeal sparked a flurry of discussion among Reddit users online.
One said: “That’s pretty common at super high-end places. You gotta be real careful.”
Another joked: “What you bought was a $600 story. For the rest of your life, every time someone says ‘this is good steak’ you can say, ‘Yeah but’.”
A third commented: “You should have ordered the f**king donkey.”
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