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Go behind the scenes at struggling restaurants with Gordon Ramsay, Britain’s most celebrated gourmet. One of the world’s top chefs (with 12 Michelin stars to his name) and three-time winner of a Catey award (the British hospitality industry’s highest honor), Ramsay knows restaurants top to bottom. And he needs every bit of his expertise to rescue these real-life culinary and commercial disasters in just one week.
Foul-tasting food, chaotic kitchens, misguided menus -- Ramsay confronts them all, along with incompetent cooks, boneheaded servers, and painfully obstinate owners. He handles staffers with his profanity-filled, in-your-face style that suffers no fools and spares no egos. Also includes four episodes of Kitchen Nightmares Revisited, in which Ramsay returns to these restaurants on the brink to see whether his shock treatment worked. After just a few episodes of this International Emmy®-winning reality series, you’ll never dine out quite the same again.
DVD FEATURES INCLUDE production notes and biography of Gordon Ramsay.
Stills from Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares (Click for larger image)
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Just to be clear... great show, far better than the Fox version I give the program itself 5 stars.
The dismal rating is to Amazon. Where do they get off charging $1. Read more
He does like that "F" word too much! If one can get past that, you do learn from his and his clients' mistakes.Published 2 months ago by C. Muhlbauer
Do not even waste your time with the American version of this great show. Kitchen Nightmares UK is TV at its finest. Read morePublished 5 months ago by TIMOTHY L FERGUSON
I bought this DVD as my grandson is training to be a chef. It is full of useful information that could help him if he ever decides to own or run a restaurant. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hilary Blythe
This series is absolutely at its best, before the whole thing became a bit formulaic. Great chefs who shouldn't be and Ramsay at his best.Published 9 months ago by M Shipley
This superb TV program shows how to run the restaurant successfully and efficiently in every aspect. Read morePublished 9 months ago by jiyukai endo
All the Kitchen Nightmares are great. I prefer the ones made in the US even though the program was originally UK.Published 10 months ago by Daniel B. Footlander
I watched this and it bored me I ended giving it to my mom hoping she liked it better I thought being Ramsey it'd be betterPublished 11 months ago by Dave Childress