James Corden broke his silence on the restaurant ban


When it comes to all that surrounding drama Temporarily banned from entering a famous New York City restaurant, James Corden sees it all as “very ridiculous”.

in An interview with the New York Times To promote the upcoming Amazon series “Mammals,” Corden commented on another patron at the restaurant where he was dining with a Times reporter talking to her server about not liking her eggs.

“It happens every day,” Corden said. “It happens in 55,000 restaurants right now. It’s always about eggs.”

“Can you imagine now, if we blew it up on Twitter? Would that be fair?” “That’s my point. It’s crazy.”

Earlier this week, the late-night host was briefly “86’d” from Balthasar by its owner, Keith McNally, Who posted on Instagram that Corden He was the “most abused client of Balthazar’s servers since the restaurant opened 25 years ago”.

Among the incidents he mentions, Corden allegedly threw a fit after he ended up with “a little bit of egg white” in an omelet with Gruyere cheese that his wife had ordered.

almost McNally Publishing That Corden had called him and “apologised profusely,” according to the restaurateur, and all was resolved.

“I have done nothing wrong on any level,” Corden told The Times, adding that he would not have canceled the interview because it was too difficult to discuss.

“I was there. I got it.”

“I feel zen about everything,” Corden said because I think it’s just so silly. “I just think she’s under all of us. It is under you. It’s definitely below your post.”

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