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Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares (UK Version) 5 Seasons

Season 3
5.0 out of 5 stars (5) IMDb 7.7/10

You're a restaurant owner in a crisis, the wolves are at the door, but the customers aren't. You've got temperamental chefs in the kitchen, lazy waiting staff and the diners you do have aren't satisfied. Desperate for restaurant resuscitation? Call in the restaurant trade's equivalent ofthe Emergency Services - the inimitable, indomitable Gordon Ramsay.

Starring:
Gordon Ramsay, Laurence Davy

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1. La Parra de Burriana

Tonight, for the first time ever on Kitchen Nightmares, Gordon takes on a nightmare restaurant abroad. La Parra de Burriana is an ex-pat restaurant in Nerja on Spain's Costa del Sol. Nestling among the cafes lining the seafront offering all-day English breakfast and chips, La Parra is the brainchild of twenty-six-year-old ex-nightclub manager Laurence. He set himself up in business eighteen months ago with a loan from his dad and, although he's not an experienced chef, mans the kitchen on his own, determined to offer something better than chips to his largely British clientele.

TV-MA November 14, 2006 48 minutes

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2. The Fenwick Arms

In tonight's second programme Gordon tackles a pub for the first time, getting to grips with The Fenwick Arms in rural Lancashire. The pub is run by landlord BRIAN who, after thirty years in the business and a quadruple heart-bypass, still puts in 120 hours a week and insists on laying down the law in the kitchen. Despite their best endeavours Brian and his partner ELAINE are £250k in debt, losing £1500 a week and facing bankruptcy within three months unless there's a drastic reversal in their fortunes.

TV-MA November 21, 2006 48 minutes

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3. Rococo

In tonight's programme Gordon finds a chef caught in a time warp when he tackles a picturesque but largely unfrequented upmarket restaurant in King's Lynn, a traditional market town on the Norfolk coast. For the last eighteen months ex Michelin-starred chef NICK has owned and run Rococo but his past success is now eluding him. The menu is past its sell-by date, the service is stuffy, the food is over-priced and the only thing being fed is his ego. Yet, despite debts of £100k and the prospect of putting his home at risk and his young family on the streets, Nick continues to cook comatose in a 1990s fantasy land of his own making. Gordon forces him to face his failures, strips down the menu and dismantles the claustrophobic dining room. But when he discovers the depths of Nick's stubbornness - and that he's locked him out of the restaurant (a Kitchen Nightmares first) even Gordon is forced to face the prospect of failure . Will Nick ever get up to speed and recapture his glory days, or will he carry on sleep-walking his way to disaster?

TV-MA November 28, 2006 47 minutes

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4. Morgans

In tonight's final programme of the series Gordon grapples with girl power when he takes on an intimate family-run restaurant in the heart of WAG territory near Liverpool. For the last three years Morgan's has been run by antiques dealer-turned-restaurateur SANDY and her two daughters HELEN and LAURA. The beautifully-designed dining room has a prime high street location and should be the perfect eatery for the trendy local clientele. But Head Chef Phil is grappling with an eclectic menu that includes mashed potato with apricots and his cooking's just not up to it. Meanwhile owner Sandy can't keep the books straight, the all-female front-of-house team lacks any clear line of command and they're £100k in debt. At this rate of loss they are facing the prospect of no punters and closure within six months. It's handbags at dawn as Gordon imposes some drastic changes, only to discover that when he turns up for the launch of a Sunday lunch menu, he's the only one who's bothered to get out of bed. Will the ladies that lunch carry on treating their business as an expensive hobby, or can they lure the WAG glitterati of Woolton through the door for a make-or-break celebrity relaunch?

TV-MA December 5, 2006 47 minutes

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5. La Parra de Burriana Revist

When Gordon first visited La Parra de Burriana, an ex-pat restaurant in Nerja on Spain's Costa del Sol run by twenty-six-year-old ex-nightclub manager Laurence, he was confronted with steaks cooked by torchlight, raw kebabs and a dining room littered with dog mess. When he last left the restaurant, he had simplified the menu to have clean, simple, honest, traditional food using local produce, hoping to bring back the locals and win back the faith of the ex-pats... But unfortunately not... since Gordon was last there Laurence's menu has become hideously boring. The ex-pats seem to be their core diners but the restaurant isn't developing itself to get the Spaniards in. It's time for Gordon to show Laurence what Spain is really about and teach him the traditions that he seems to have forgotten - Flamenco and Paella.

TV-MA November 20, 2007 47 minutes

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6. The Fenwick Arms Revist

When Gordon last visited The Fenwick Arms, Sunday service was booming and Gordon's brainchild, the 'Campaign for Real Gravy', was in full swing. But times have changed and new competition is threatening The Fenwick's success. The Highwayman, a new gastropub, has opened up the road. It seems to have stolen over 50% of Brian's customers and a lot of his regulars. With landlord Brian's continual stress and interference in the kitchen, which Gordon believed was one of the main reasons for the inefficiencies of The Fenwick Arms, and now the added pressure of new competition, it's no wonder the pub is in trouble. Gordon's not going to like what's happened in his absence.

TV-MA November 13, 2007 47 minutes

Product Details

Genres Reality TV, Drama
Director Spencer Kelly
Starring Gordon Ramsay, Laurence Davy
Network Optomen Studios
Producers Nancy Bornat, Becky Clarke, Spencer Kelly, Patricia Llewellyn, Kim Wechter
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I am an entrepreneurship student in Chicago looking to open up my own restaurant/bar. After getting into Hell's Kitchen quite a bit, I got hooked on Kitchen Nightmare's (the UK version). It was amazing how much you could learn from him in these hour episodes. He is so passionate about the business, no matter what kind of food or atmosphere. It is also a very nice feature that the UK version is unlike the American version in the sense that there doesn't have to be ominous music building up to an over-exaggeration of Ramsay getting upset with the owners, etc. Excellent purchase.
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Gordon Ramsey - His knowledge, skill and application with food...nothing short of amazing. Business sense...successfully speaks for itself. Ability to call out dysfunction within various aspects of the culinary world, hmmm...F##king spot on. Engaging and charming personality to keep us watching with his myriad of entertainment venues...never disappointing.
I gave him 5 Stars with this review. But, his achievement awards of 15 M. Stars is the ultimate tell. He knows of which he speaks and doesn't hesitate to voice it. Worth watching all he brings to both the table and television.
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We love Chef Ramsay's shows. It's great to see him strive for the best possible in each situation. Very inspiring!
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Brilliant! Excellent series. I am completely addicted to this show.
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love it
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