Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares

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Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares

Gordon visits the Fish & Anchor, a restaurant and bar near Lampeter in rural West Wales, owned and run by ex-boxer Mike and his wife Caron. (S4 8/8)

Series 4
The venue for this edition is The Granary in rural Hampshire, which, at 200 covers, is the biggest challenge Gordon's ever taken on. (S4 Ep7/8)
The venue is Piccolo Teatro, a bijou vegetarian restaurant in Paris run by Scot Rachel and her friend Stephanie, who are in need of a miracle to turn things around. (S4 Ep4/8)
Multi-Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay takes on the ailing Curry Lounge in Nottingham, relishing the chance to tackle his first Indian restaurant. (S4 Ep3/8)
Gordon takes on The Priory, a carvery in Haywards Heath, Sussex. It's owned by ex-IT consultant Scott and located in a beautiful former convent, but it's in desperate need of attention.
Multi-Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay brings his trademark mix of tough talking and inspirational leadership to seafood restaurant Ruby Tates in Brighton. (S4 Ep1/8)
Series 3
Gordon Ramsay grapples with girl power when he takes on Morgan's, an intimate family-run restaurant in the heart of WAG territory near Liverpool. (S3 Ep4/6)
Gordon 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 that's stuck in the 90s. (S3 Ep3/6)
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? (S3 Ep2/6)
Gordon Ramsay tries to rescue failing restaurants. In this edition he heads to Spain, where Laurence's upmarket restaurant, set amid the Costa del Sol's caffs. is a shambles. (S3 Ep1/6)
Series 2
Gordon Ramsay gets stuck into the kitchens of Clubway 41. Despite being voted Blackpool's Restaurant of the Year, it's in trouble, with a bizarre menu and demoralised staff. (S2 Ep7/8)
Multi-Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay visits Sandgate in Kent, where husband-and-wife team Lois and Peter Hamilton-Slade own and run a small English seaside hotel. (S2 Ep6/8)
Gordon Ramsay gets stuck into restaurants in crisis. At the family-run Oscars in Nantwich, the menu's a mess, the punters aren't returning and the chef has a serious personal problem.
Gordon Ramsay visits La Riviera, a fine-dining restaurant in Inverness. It boasts a top chef and wonderful staff, but the locals aren't biting and the restaurant is empty. (S2 Ep4/8)
Gordon Ramsay turns his attention to Momma Cherri's Soul Food Shack. Located a stone's throw from Brighton's seafront, the intimate 40-seater has great food but no focus. (S2 Ep3/8)
Can Gordon Ramsay turn around the fortunes of D-Place at Chelmsford in Essex, where the plastic food is dire and the manager loathes the chef, in just one week? (S2 Ep2/8)
Multi-Michelin-starred Gordon travels to La Lanterna in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, an 'Italian' restaurant that's losing £1000 a week and is as authentic as its Hawaiian pizza. (S2 Ep1/8)
Gordon Ramsay is back in Spain to see how Laurence is faring at La Parra de Burriana, an ex-pat restaurant in Nerja on the Costa del Sol.
Gordon Ramsay is back to see how Brian and Elaine are faring at the Fenwick Arms in rural Lancashire.
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.