Gino D’Acampo broke his silence after the liquidation of his My Pasta Bar business.
Liquidators are called in due to the company, founded in 2012, which owes 49 creditors £ 4,939,332, reports The mirror.
The Mirror has contacted a representative for Gino D’Acampo for comment, but had not received a response at the time of posting.
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Gino, who was on vacation with his family on the island of Sardinia, has now denounced the situation.
In an Instagram video, the celebrity chef is clearly not happy.
Speaking to his many followers, Gino said, “Now I don’t usually do that stuff, but I thought, let me set the record straight here.
“About 10 years ago I opened a business called pasta bar that serves Italian food really fast in central London, three little shops that we tried, then the covid came along and I thought that you know what?
“We had to close, there is no point in continuing with the idea that, by the way, I absolutely adore, and I will continue with that with another company.”
Gino continued that the pasta bar business has nothing to do with his restaurant business, or indeed none of his other businesses.
He added: “It’s a stand-alone business, going into liquidation, we have to move on. That’s the raison d’être of business.
“Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose.
“The restaurant business is doing very, very well. So much so that this year alone I will be opening three mega sites, and one in Italy.
“The other thing too, I want everyone to know that. I’ve always wanted to open a restaurant in Alderley Edge and two days ago we did.”
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