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It's Extremely Satisfying to Watch Gordon Ramsay Get Roasted for His Terrible Pad Thai

*chef's kiss*
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The video resurfaced on Twitter from an eight-year-old episode of The F Wordwhere Ramsay tries to cook a meal for a group of Buddhist monks at a London monastery. Before giving them the final product though, he asks Chang, the chef of a now-closed Thai restaurant in London called Blue Elephant, to give his dish a whirl.

Chang is so thoroughly unimpressed by the attempt, Ramsay just about withers under his scowl. See for yourself:

"This is not pad Thai at all!" Chang admonishes. And that face he makes. Savage.

You can see why this went viral almost a decade after being filmed. Ramsay is a notorious asshole when it comes to food—it's how he makes the big bucks. He's also gotten himself into hot water for saying a traditional south Indian breakfast dish called medu vada looked like prison food. We'll take our sweet, sweet just desserts however we can get 'em.

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Here's the full segment, for your viewing pleasure:

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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