Chef Ramsay finds himself in the midst of a feuding family.
Chef Ramsay heads to Woodland Park, CO, where he attempts to save an Italian joint with an identity crisis. But the atmosphere, food and service prove to be the least of its problems, as tension flares and the morale among owner Julie and her staff is at an all-time low. The restaurant has an incompetent head chef and fiery staff with a myriad of their own problems, bringing everything to a boil.
Chef Ramsay drives an owner to make drastic changes.
Gordon Ramsay, famed chef and star of HELL'S KITCHEN, is taking off his apron and stepping out of his own kitchen to rescue restaurant owners in crisis. Each week, Chef Ramsay will try to turn one uninviting, deserted eatery into the hippest, most sought-after venue in town. You haven't seen a nightmare quite like this.
Chef Ransay's quest to help a tyrannical bistro owner continues.
Chef Ramsay finds himself at war with an arrogant restaurant owner on part one.
Chef Ramsay catches up with some of his worst nightmares.
Chef Ramsay tries to wake up a mom-son pairing.
Chef Ramsay travels to Redondo Beach, CA to visit a Mediterranean restaurant owned and operated by an aunt-and-niece duo.
Chef Ramsay heads to Woodland Park, CO, where he attempts to save an Italian joint with an identity crisis.
Chef Ramsay heads to Queens, NY in the hopes of restoring a Greek restaurant.
Chef Ramsay mounts one of the biggest transformations in the series history.
A Denver pizzeria is stuck in the past.
Amy's Baking Company is back!
The grossest thing Gordon has ever seen happened this season.
Chef Ramsay does not like of the dishes that is being served to him.
The staff opens up about how they really feel.
Ramsay discovers food that has been left in the fridge for over half a year.
There's always two sides to every story.
Amy maintains she's not delusional - just passionate about her restaurant.
The "fresh" food was actually made three weeks ago.
Chef Ramsay hits the road, shaping up restaurants that are in despair.
Gordon's take on the three biggest mistakes restaurant owners make.
The truth hurts.
Chef Ramsay feels it's obvious that the owners have no pride in their restaurant. It's filthy and the food is disgusting.
Ramsay seems to think that the dancing is more appealing than the food.
The staff helps Ramsay understand why the owners have such anger.
The chef doesn't care about the food he is sending out.
Tensions run high in the Spanish Pavilion.
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