David Beckham has been enjoying some home comforts during a trip to China.
The Brit superstar is in Macau as part of his brand ambassador role for The Londoner Macau resort.
On Monday he stopped by his pal Gordon Ramsay’s Bar and Grill at the resort – billed as an authentic and convivial British gastropub.
The former footballer happily posed with a delicious burger and chips at the restaurant, which retails for £28.
‘So great to be back @the_londoner_macao & popped into @gordonramsaybarandgrill for a burger then saw Big Ben @gordongram,’ the beaming star captioned his snap.
Gordon replied in the comments, writing: ‘Have fun mate glad you enjoyed it.’
David Beckham stopped by his pal Gordon Ramsay ‘s Bar and Grill at The Londoner Macau in China on Monday, tucking into a burger and chips
David was at The Londoner Macau resort back in May for its grand opening.
The Londoner Macao is a casino resort on the Cotai Strip in Macau that allows guests to ‘experience quintessential British hospitality and luxurious lifestyle’.
The website says: ‘Explore an exciting integrated resort where unique London themed accents can be seen at the turn of every corner.’
In June Ramsay came under fire for putting an £80 burger on the menu at one of his London restaurants.
The Gordon Ramsay Burger restaurant launched in Harrods in Knightsbridge with the menu including an £80 wagyu burger which uses a prime beef patty, seared wagyu sirloin, Pecorino cheese, cep mayonnaise, and black truffle.
One fan has slammed the restaurant saying the burger is ‘no better than a Big Mac’ – which costs just £3.69.
‘Went to Gordon Ramsay Burger in Harrods yesterday and have to say it was a big let down,’ Harry John White, from Guildford said on Twitter.
Slow and confused service, no check back and you’d have thought I’d ordered a Big Mac, not an £85 burger.
‘Nowhere near the standard I’ve come to expect from Gordon Ramsay restaurants’.
What’s more, others have also commented on the high cost.
Another added: ‘Hang on a second. An £85 burger?’.
‘Just noticed there’s a TV series called Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted. If Gordon was in the real world he’d work out how to make a burger for less than £85,’ a third said.
Meat for the burger is taken from Harrods’ butchers with other menu items ranging from £22.50 for a veggie burger to £35 for a lamb burger.
t’s not the first time the celebrity chef’s exorbitant prices have landed him in hot water.
Gordon was criticised for bringing his three Michelin-starred restaurant Down Under for nearly $800 per person.
David was at The Londoner Macau resort back in May for its grand opening. The resort on the Cotai Strip in Macau allows guests to ‘experience quintessential British hospitality
The ticketed restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, took over Aussie chef Matt Moran’s fine diner Aria in the heart of Sydney from May 8-10 to showcase the ‘very best of Australian seasonal produce’.
However, tickets to the unique experience costed $495 per person, which included a seven-course menu, with an option of premium wine pairing for $295 – bringing the total to $790 each.
A spokesperson from Aria told Daily Mail Australia the staggering price was set because it was the first time the high-end restaurant had ventured internationally and the menu had been personally curated by Ramsay and Moran.