London, April 5 (ANI): Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has been given a thumbs down after disappointing foodies with his curries in India.
The 'Hell's Kitchen' host has been filming the Indian series for his 'Great Escape' for Channel 4.
The 42-year-old, whose TV ratings have taken a dip after facing allegations of cheating on his wife Tana with a writer, managed to offend the palates of locals and experts with his recipes.
"It's bloody c***," News of the World quoted one Indian cuisine expert.
Local foodie Satish Jacob fumed: "It's got too much cardamom, it's a muddy colour and the flavour is awful. Spices have to be used subtly. I'm very disappointed."
Ramsay, however, received a more positive response from the tribal people of Bastar in Chhatisgarh after serving them with red ant chutney.
The Brit restaurateur hunted ants and later made a paste adding garlic, red chillies, tomatoes and ant eggs. (ANI)