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Wouldn't be putting his own money in if the business was stuffed. He would have cut and run and still have had enough to live well.

Not as if he will need a job at McDonalds

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MAN HE HAD TO SELL THE FERRARI , he must have bucketloads from all the t v and books though/.

i'm sure his mate dave beckham could lend him a fiver :lol:

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Beeb crap reporting again.

'Petrus' has not been 'closed for relocation'. He had a falling out with Marcus Wareing who was head chef there. Marcus is now working direct with the hotel and running it as 'Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley Hotel'.

GR Holdings have the rights to the 'Petrus' name.

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Isn't Ramsay the guy with tourettes who goes around helping failing restaurants to make a profit?
Celebrity chef Momma Cherri said she wouldn’t dare open another Brighton restaurant after quitting her latest venture.

Momma Cherri, real name Charita Jones, walked away from the Momma Cherri Speakeasy on Wednesday just two months after it opened in Providence Place, Brighton.

Mrs Jones, who shot to fame after appearing in Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, said her reputation had been damaged by the failed ventures.

She said: “It's embarrassing. I don't even dare attempt to open another one in Brighton.

“I'll have to give it a good year or so. People will not have faith in me.”

Mrs Jones said she decided to leave the Speakeasy after a rift developed with the restaurant’s backers.

She also claimed service and entertainment staff had not been paid.

Mrs Jones added: “I feel as if this has really destroyed my reputation. I don't know if the people of Brighton will accept me again."

Five months ago Momma Cherri's Big House, in Little East Street, Brighton, closed after administrators moved in, telling staff to leave and changing the locks.

Mrs Jones previously ran Momma Cherri’s Soul Shack before moving to the Big House after the success of her appearences on Kitchen Nightmares.

The Argus revealed how the soul-food chef had been forced to sign on after the Big House went under.

The Speakeasy was opened in October with the support of backers, who jointly set up the company Momma Cherri’s Speakeasy.

Backers, who insist all staff have been and will continue to be paid, will keep the restaurant open under the new name Brighton’s Speakeasy.

James MacPherson, one of the company directors, said: “All employees were paid in full until the last month of the Momma Cherri SpeakEasy being open.

“The backers have already written personally to all employees with a personal undertaking to pay their last month's salary so no staff lose out.”

Mrs Jones said she has now set up an outside catering company called Soul on the Go and has been advising on the opening of a new Cajun restaurant in Dublin.


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I wouldn't dare eat there either.

Oh dear. 'London-By-The-Sea' loses yet another business. Soon it'll just be 'Poundland and Primark by The Sea'. :)

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I know nothing about Ramsay - isn't it near Margate?

According to the digitalspy forums some well-known chef supposedly agreed to certain stories in the tabloids in exchange for the tabloids not printing stories about his sexual preferences? Can't be true surely - I mean, it is on the interwebnetthingy?

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