If you missed last week’s episode of Kitchen Nightmares, all you need to know is that Joe of Mill Street Bistro is insanely stubborn. And so, when he clashes with Gordon Ramsay, it’s an even worse nightmare than is usual featured on this show!
You know an establishment is in bad shape if it requires not one, but two episodes of Kitchen Nightmares. Such is the case with Mill Street Bistro, the restaurant featured in both tonight’s and next weekend’s episodes.
Gordon Ramsay apparently tired of all the Kitchen Nightmares on the East Coast, so now he’s checking out the disastrous restaurants in Cali! This week, the famous chef visits Nino’s in Long Beach, where he finally meets his cursing match!
Gordon Ramsay continues his Kitchen Nightmares tour of America’s worst restaurants, stopping this time at Sam’s Mediterranean Kabob Room in order to ease issues related to the staff and management. Will Chef Ramsay succeed or is it already over for this restaurant?
A very fragmented season of Kitchen Nightmares continues in Beaver, Pennsylvania, the location of the struggling Levanti’s Italian Restaurant. The restaurant’s owners are in the midst of a nasty sibling rivalry, leaving Chef Ramsay to once again play the role of family therapist.
After a long break, Kitchen Nightmares is finally back! Tonight, Chef Ramsay heads to the Olde Hitching Post in Hanson, Massachusetts. And as usual, he’s absolutely horrified by what he finds! What nightmares are in store at the Olde Hitching Post?
Every once in awhile, Gordon Ramsay likes to check in on the worst atrocities to see if they’ve improved. That’s right, it’s time for yet another edition of Kitchen Nightmares: Revisited. First visit? Cafe Hon, the restaurant for which the owner had been receiving death threats from community members. Second will be a quick visit to Chiarellas, where owner Tommy had a penchant for smashing holes in the wall. Finally, a stop for Leone’s is in the works — the estbalishment that had unsuccessfully passed hands from mom to son.
Chef Gordon Ramsay spends his time on Kitchen Nightmares fixing broken restaurants, but broken marriages? That’s a different story. Tonight, we witness Chef Ramsay taking on the role of therapist. Hmm…this should be interesting.
On tonight’s episode of Kitchen Nightmares, Chef Gordon Ramsay went to Wilkinsburg, PA to help Ms. Jean, owner of Ms. Jean’s Southern Cuisine. Her restaurant was suffering from poor customer reviews and Ms. Jean blamed it all on the staff. But was the staff to blame? Or was Ms. Jean the real problem? Keep reading after the jump to find out.
Tonight on Kitchen Nightmares, Chef Gordon Ramsay was off to the historic neighborhood of Cobble Hill in Brooklyn, New York to help double restaurant owner, John Esposito salvage his family business before it went completely belly up.