Celebrity chef George Calombaris. (AAP)
A legal stoush between George Calombaris and Mr Whippy over the name of a dessert at the MasterChef star's restaurant has been settled for $4000.
Mr Whippy began legal action in the Federal Magistrates Court last September after Calombaris named a $9.50 dessert in his Kew eatery "Mrs Whippi".
Mr Whippy owner Stan Gordon sent Calombaris a letter saying the brand name had "no reputation in a high-profile restaurant run by a celebrity chef".
The case has been settled with the $4000 payout being donated to the Royal Children's Hospital.
"It was the right outcome. I would never instigate legal action to make money," Mr Gordon told News Ltd.
Calombaris has now renamed the dessert "Old Fashioned Soft Serve" on the restaurant's online menu.
Source: News Ltd