Chelsea supporters have taken their anger out on David Luiz’s swanky Mayfair restaurant after his controversial move to London rivals Arsenal.
Centre-back Luiz shocked the Blues by agreeing to move to the Emirates in a £7million deal, despite signing a new two-year contract in May.
Some included subtle hints — and others not so subtle — that the damning verdicts were in response to Luiz’s exit, the Sun reports.
One, from a user who called himself ‘Frank Lampard’, described Babbo as “overrated and overpriced” while being “not as good as it used to be”.
It continued, saying that the waiter “was moving the restaurant to Holloway, North London. I said fine, walked out knowing there are three better Italian restaurants ahead of his.”
Another reviewer on TripAdvisor wrote: “One of the worst places I have ever been to. A visit ruined by poor service, and horrible food was made worse when a big RAT came out of the kitchen.
“I shall not be returning to, or recommending this rat-infested place.”
Even Luiz’s famous locks were attacked with a subtle dig, as one reviewer said: “The plate came with a curly hair in my food, and appeared to be rat droppings on the floor…”
“Would not recommend to anyone. I have reported the restaurant to the relevant authorities.”
The restaurant, which is co-owned by fellow Brazilian Willian, has been a popular spot for footballers and famous faces.
Since it opened in April last year, Rio Ferdinand, Ronaldo and Niall Horan have all stopped by.
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