James Corden Can "Eat For Free" If He Apologises To Restaurant Staff - Owner Says

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The owner of the Balthazar French restaurant has said that James Corden can "eat for free" in the place for a decade, if he apologises to staff.

Last Friday, the owner Keith McNally has claimed that the presenter would be granted this privilege if he apologises, after he reportedly became "extremely nasty" to staff after they made some mistakes regarding his order.

Corden reportedly found a hair in his main course, while a plate of fries were also served to his wife Julia instead of a salad to go with her omellette. 

Having originally appeared to have apologised for behaviour, James Corden appeared to rescind his initial statement, insisting that he has done "nothing wrong", calling the situation "silly". 

Following this, McNally took to Instagram where he appeared to offer a proposition for James Corden.

“If [Corden] goes one step further and apologises to the 2 servers he insulted, I’ll let him eat for free at Balthazar for the next 10 years", the owner wrote. 

See the Instagram post in full below. 


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