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This is the one thing you should always ask for when ordering hotel room service, according to a chef trained by Gordon Ramsay

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

London EDITION
The British chef Jason Atherton is the owner of a global restaurant empire.
As a jet-setter, he has some simple advice for getting the most out of food on the road.
He says you should always ask for hotel food to be served with a cloche on top instead of in a hot box.
He also follows something called the "one-year rule" when picking a new restaurant.
The British chef Jason Atherton, who trained under Gordon Ramsay, is a jet-setter.
The owner of a global restaurant empire, he owns the London-based Michelin-starred Pollen Street Social, Dubai's Marina Social, and Clocktower...
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