This Is How Much Gordon Ramsay Is Really Worth
What Is Gordon Ramsay’s Net Worth?
Gordon Ramsay’s net worth was estimated to be $70 million as of 2020, according to Forbes. This takes into account the British chef’s reality shows, his restaurant empire, and more.
Gordon Ramsay’s net worth was estimated to be $70 million as of 2020, according to Forbes, although figures on the internet soar as high as $220 million. The British cookbook author, TV personality, and chef has a lot of fish in the fryer, so to speak, from his reality TV shows to his restaurant empire.
He started as a hotel chef.
Ramsay grew up in Scotland and started his career working in the kitchen at the Wroxton House Hotel, before moving onto Wickham Arms and then moving to London.
He’s worked under temperamental chefs.
Ramsay is known for his kitchen meltdowns, but he has been the recipient of them as well. He worked for Chef Marco Pierre White at Harvey’s in London, who is known for raging in the kitchen, much like Ramsay is today, but ultimately quit after a few years because of all the bullying!
He trained in France.
Some of the world’s best chefs are French-trained, and Ramsay took the time to learn from the best of the French. He worked for Albert Roux and Le Gavroche, and ultimately took a job at a ski resort in the French Alps, Hotel Diva, before moving on to Paris to work with some of the most famous chefs in the business: Guy Savoy and Joel Robuchon. After working as a private chef for a while, Ramsay ultimately returned to London, where he began his restaurant empire.
His first restaurant was in London.
His first restaurant was the London-based Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, which earned several Michelin stars, before going on to open various Hell’s Kitchen-themed concepts and other restaurants. He now has restaurant locations all over the world and even a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
Fans of Gordon Ramsay can make some of his most famous dishes at home, such as his legendary beef Wellington. It’ll be just like being on one of his reality TV shows — without the yelling!