Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge slammed for £87 sirloin steak at his pub but he defends ‘unpretentious’ menu
The telly cook, 48, has left diners sizzling over a huge “mark-up”, including £26.50 for creme brûlée.
At this pub he charges £87 for a sirloin steak with vegetables like a side of cabbage costing £7.50 extra.
The lamb main is £69 and a spiced venison loin is £60.
But a smoked salmon dish priced at £42.50 is the most expensive starter and all the desserts are £26.50.
As a result, some diners are accusing Kerridge of beefing up his prices, including wine expert Guy Woodward.
Referring to the Marlow, Bucks, pub he tweeted: “Website of The Hand and Flowers by Tom Kerridge.