TOP chef Gordon Ramsay is offering a Father’s Day feast for £137pp.
Adding drinks could cost a family of four up to £600.
Diners are served six courses which include dishes like organic stew, Isle of Skye scallop, Cornish cod, Suffolk lamb, exotic fruit and chocolate cream.
And if you’re looking for a cheese platter, you’ll need to add £20 to your bill at its London flagship, Petrus.
The Kitchen Nightmares and F-word star, worth an estimated £570million, has been promoting online menus for Sunday’s celebration.
A message read: “Spend some time with the father figure in your life this Father’s Day and treat them to a day full of wine and food at one of our restaurants.
“From Chelsea to St Paul’s, from Liverpool to Edinburgh, we’ll be here to help you celebrate in style.”
One user replied to Gordon’s Twitter listing, “Wish I could afford it.”
The more affordable Bread Street Kitchen chain is offering its gin masterclass for the big day, which includes cocktails and a food platter for £50pp.
Petrus offers a 66-page wine list that diners can browse on an iPad.
Gordon, a father of five, 54, sells a glass of French red Petrus – hence the restaurant’s name – for £950 each.
And a bottle of the 1982 vintage can be had for £13,500.
This isn’t the first time Gordon has been beaten because of his awards.
Last October, his £24.50 ‘fish and peas’ dish offered fried fish in cider, with mashed peas, a wedge of lemon and tartar sauce at his River restaurant in London’s Savoy Hotel.
Fries sprinkled with salted bonito flakes had a price tag of £7.
One wag joked, “Fried fish without fries?” Another added: “I have McCain oven crisps in the freezer.”
A representative for Gordon did not respond to request for comment on the Father’s Day menu.