Gordon James Ramsay is a Scottish-born British chef, restaurateur, and television personality. He is famous for being the host of shows like Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, and Hotel Hell. He tends to have a fiery personality on television.
This man owns 16 Michelin stars. The second most Michelin stars ever achieved (followed by Joel Robuchon). He has precise, perfect recipe. He is so great, but however, he is always modest, compared to his pride and achievements, and he’s still reaching for perfection searches for magic in food. Yes. He swears, he gets angry a lot, but this guy does this, because he wants young chefs to know, and he “doesn’t like what he doesn’t like”. Which is absolutely convincing. This man is absolutely fantastic. The master of food. He is amazing. He mastered dozens of cuisines, and he makes them perfect. 16 Michelins stars aren’t random, nor common. It takes years and years of work.
Jamie Oliver is the BEST CHEF for anyone who cooks, and for those who want to learn to cook, and he’s such an INSPIRATION, unlike Gordon Ramsay who treats people like dirt. I’ve dined at Jamie’s restaurants and the food was DELICIOUS. Furthermore, he’s a very caring person who’s helped and given jobs to many kids from disadvantaged backgrounds, some of whom are now chefs around the world. He has so much enthusiasm about everything he does and his T.V. shows are a joy, not to mention his cookbooks which are FANTASTIC. I also love the cooking tips he very generously gives. I cannot praise Jamie enough – he’s by far the BEST in the culinary business.
A famous Chef of the Brasserie Les Halles is a French brasserie style restaurant in NYC.
He reflected that his love of food was kindled in France, when he was young and tried oyster for the first time and that on one of this famous oyster fisherman’s boat, during vacation in the fabulous country named France.
I travel and taste the world through Chef Anthony’s eyes.
Chef Bourdain you’re definitely in my top five.
He has his own recipe for everything and there was even a T.V. show of people trying to beat him with the one dish they spent their whole life on.
The best I used to watch him on worst cook in america, if your looking at this bobby flay I just want to ask you… do you remember carla
Amazing competitive chef. Thinks quickly on his feet and puts out amazing dishs.
Move to the #1 position
Julia Carolyn Child was an American chef, author and television personality. She is recognized for bringing French cuisine to the American public with her debut cookbook.
How is Julia Child down here when she considered one of the greatest chefs of all time?
Worked a party with her and many other chefs. She is a Chef and knows her stuff.
She is really good
The Paul Bocuse Institute is recognized as the top in term of school of cuisine, it trains hundreds of future Chefs from all over the world.
Yeah, Jamie Oliver is way better than Bocuse. Please, the only thing Oliver can do is spit in the food when he talks and burn food.
Paul Bocuse or the nouvelle cuisine creator. The Bocuse d’Or is regarded as the most prestigious award for chefs in the world.
I love Anthony Bourdain, but him and Jamie Oliver on the same list as Paul Bocuse and Escoffier is kind of a joke.
Marco Pierre White
I voted Marco #1. He rocks, but this list is really a who’s the most famous chef list. Gordon worked under him. So he absolutely had influence on him. I hate that Gordon never cooks competitively so as to not tarnish his name. But I’d put Gordon around #5.
He is the artist of food, godfather of modern cooking, philosopher, who was the youngest chef to achieve 3 michellin stars, then threw them away… Amazing, who trained ramsey, heston, curtis etc. Ramsey is also amazing but he is second to marco…
You know people who vote on this list don’t cook when you see Marco Pierre White, Gordon Ramsay’s teacher, down at 9. Also Michael Roux, who taught Marco and Gordon, down at 46 just shows that this list is just ludicrous.
It’s never a good idea to put down other chefs, as we are all people willing to learn from each other. learning their techniques and try to critique the menu to make it their own. How do you think people come up with cookbooks?