Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sirieix are setting out on another culinary road trip together.
The foodie trio have confirmed Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip has been recommissioned for a second season, bringing us more banter, bickering and cheffy chat.
Viewers loved the chemistry between the three restaurant professionals, who appeared to be as well suited to one another as pasta, ragu and a nice glass of red wine.
Both Gino and Fred have confirmed the news via Instagram, accompanied by a group photograph taken at Gordon’s London based restaurant, Lucky Cat.
In his caption, Gino enthused:
Planning the next road trip with @gordongram & @fred_sirieix. America here we come…..GDx
Fred cheekily commented on Gino’s post to take aim at the chef’s driving skills, insisting, ‘You are NOT driving!’
The French master maitre d’ expressed similar excitement when it came to his own caption, revealing:
The itinerary is done! We ready for our next road trip. #gordonginoandfred
Fans appear to be delighted by getting a second helping of these three, and were practically smacking their lips in anticipation.
One person commented:
Yessssssss can’t wait you three make the best TV ever, should be on every day.
Oh this makes me happy! First series was bloody hilarious.
The first season of Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip saw the grub loving gang travelling to their beloved home countries of Italy, France and Scotland.
Egos collided and fun was had by all as the trio encountered nudist beaches, tiny horses and traditional kilts.
In each country, the guys had to prepare for a special occasion of personal significance, giving us an insight into their respective cultures.
The journey lasted three weeks, and took us to an Italian wedding, a French oyster festival and a Highland games celebration.
This time around, they will be reportedly heading further afield, journeying across the Atlantic in search of more mischief.
As reported by The Sun, an ITV source has revealed:
Gordon, Gino and Fred had a whale of a time filming the first series so were delighted when ITV said it wanted another.
This time they are off to America and it’s a week longer so there will be more mischief. All three are brimming with ideas and practical jokes.
Very much looking forward to this!
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