Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares

February 2018

Series 4 Episode 3

3.0 4 x
The Curry Lounge is in Nottingham, the city with more restaurants per square mile than any other in Britain. Enter Gordon, relishing the prospect of tackling an Indian restaurant for the first time.

Series 4 Episode 2

4.0 6 x
Gordon takes on The Priory, a 100-seater carvery in Haywards Heath, Sussex. It's owned by ex-IT consultant Scott and located in a beautiful former convent, but is in desperate need of help.

Series 4 Episode 1

4.0 4 x
Ruby Tates in Brighton is owned and run by ex-actor Allan Love. It's an oyster bar and seafood restaurant but Allan's never tasted the food because he hates fish. Can Gordon help?

Series 3 Episode 6

4.0 6 x
Gordon returns to Momma Cherri's Soul Food Shack in Brighton to see how its owner Charita Jones is coping with a bustling business along with plans to expand

Series 3 Episode 5

3.0 3 x
Gordon returns to La Riviera - now renamed Abstract - a fine dining restaurant in Inverness, as they plan to expand. Top French chef Loic Lefebvre is still there and has been promoted.

Series 3 Episode 4

3.0 5 x
Gordon grapples with girl power when he takes on Morgan's, an intimate family-run restaurant in the heart of WAG territory near Liverpool.

Series 3 Episode 3

3.0 5 x
Gordon Ramsay tackles the fading Rococo restaurant in King's Lynn, run by Nick, an ex-Michelin-starred chef who's resting on his laurels with an overpriced menu trapped in the 90s.

Series 3 Episode 2

3.0 5 x
Gordon Ramsay takes on a pub for the first time; the Fenwick Arms, Lancashire. Can he persuade owner Brian to ditch his complex menu and cloying sauces for great, simple food?

Series 3 Episode 1

3.0 7 x
Gordon heads for Spain, where Laurence's up-market restaurant amid the Costa del Sol's caffs is, simply, a shambles.

Series 2 Episode 7

3.0 5 x
Gordon Ramsay gets stuck into the kitchens of Clubway 4; which is in trouble with a bizarre menu and demoralised staff.
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