Does the chef approve? Brooklyn Beckham samples renowned restauranteur’s famous wagyu on date night with wife Nicola Peltz
Brooklyn Beckham sampled renowned chef Hisato Hamada’s famous wagyu with wife Nicola Peltz as they paid a visit to his Los Angeles pop-up on Friday.
The son of David and Victoria Beckham seemed to be deep in thought as he took a bite of the Japanese meat, with the actress, 27, awaiting his reaction.
Thankfully Brooklyn, 23, seemed to approve as restauranteur Hisato shared a photo of the couple to his Instagram, thanking the pair for joining him.
The expert who is also known as wagyumafia, is currently on a US tour with celebrities flocking to dine on his creations.
Does he approve? Brooklyn Beckham sampled renowned chef Hisato Hamada’s famous wagyu with wife Nicola Peltz as they paid a visit to his Los Angeles pop-up on Friday
It comes after Brooklyn caught flak for his cooking videos once again, after he used shop-bought broth to make Scouse soup.
The son of David and Victoria Beckham recreated his version of the iconic soup, which can cost as little as £2 per portion.
The dish, favoured by the people of Liverpool and the reason they are known as ‘scousers’, will no doubt have also ruffled feathers with his dad David who played for rival side Manchester United during his footballing heyday.
Brooklyn took to social media to shared a video of his latest concoction, the Scouse soup, which consists of budget-friendly ingredients including diced beef, potatoes, carrots and stock.
He penned the caption: ‘Scouse soup x one of my favourite dishes’, for the clip, which was dubbed to Marvin Gaye’s How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You).