Greek food is better than Italian food
ITV’s Gordon, Gino and Fred Go Greek graced our TV screens for the first time on Monday night (September 27), which meant the foodie trio were back for another road trip.
This time Gordon, Gino and First Dates master d‘ Fred Siriex was traveling through Greece and visiting the country’s stunning islands in search of the best food around.
Gino D’Acampo was left in turmoil by Gordon Ramsay when the two celebrity chefs chatted about food – and Gordon savagely snubbed Italian dishes in his face.
Gordon told Gino he thinks Greek food is better than Italian food as the stars sat on a lush boat cruising the ocean.
In the embarrassing scenes that followed, Gordon and Gino ended up in a rather heated argument over food as Fred decided to side with Gordon.
Gordon told Gino: â€œGreece never gets the look of France or the Italians.
â€œHonestly, I think Greek food is better than Italian food.
Gino seemed shocked by Gordon’s statement, before putting down his glass of champagne angrily before responding:
â€œOh, you’re not serious! “
He then tried to tie Fred to his side as he waved his arms in protest, shouting, “Say something, say something!”
Unfortunately for Gino, Fred agreed with the Kitchen Nightmares star, telling him that the Greeks lived long and healthy lives thanks to their national dishes.
Gino retaliated, â€œThe Italian diet is one of the most famous diets in the world. People live for many, many years.
The first episode showed the trio traveling Crete before heading to the beautiful hotspot of Santorini, to finish in Mykonos.