The late chef Gary Rhodes at the launch of his restaurant Rhodes D7, Dublin, in July 2006

“The Rhodes family are deeply saddened to announce the passing of beloved husband, father and brother, Gary Rhodes OBE.

“Gary passed away last evening, Tuesday 26th November 2019, at the age of 59, with his beloved wife Jennie by his side. The family would like to thank everyone for their support and ask for privacy during this time.”

A statement released by the family of Gary Rhodes this morning.

RIP.

Television chef Gary Rhodes has died, aged 59 (The Irish Times)

Rollingnews

16 thoughts on “At The Age Of 59

  1. Murtles

    Always enjoyed watching Gary cook when he was on the telly. Calm and controlled not loud and brash like some other header (you know, rhymes with Shamsey). Always with the risotto though was Gary, I don’t think a TV appearance went by without the risotto. RIP.

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  2. martco

    his book “New British Classics” was always a goto for me in the run up to the xmas day bedlam…and will be yet again this year

    a proper old school chef under it all like Corrigan

    sad sad news. RIP

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      1. Bud Flanagan

        I dunno.
        I’m always interested in knowing how celebs departed this mortal coil.
        Makes them mere mortals.
        Had many a nice meal in Gazza’s Southbank gaff and he seemed a decent cove who liked a drink or three.
        I often wondered where he disappeared to and it seems the desert.
        RIP.

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  3. some old queen

    I remember when the Dublin restaurant opened- a place to be seen. There was drag queens elbowing with rugby players to get a front seat- the drag queens usually won btw because they played dirty- full on Celtic tiger- sporting the new outfit from the shopping trip to New York- remember when this time of year that was a thing?

    Anyways- RIP- so young- so as the song goes- enjoy yourself, it’s later than you think.

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    1. Tea And Brexits

      You obviously weren’t there. The restaurant was a flop. Besides the lousy location, the service (as I experienced it) was utterly dismal. A 250 seat restaurant with a Capel St address. Ironically, D7 would work now. Probably.

      Bad luck.

      RIP.

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