Gareth has to decide between Rochelle in Paris and Janice in Jamaica.
Janice interrupts a romantic dinner Gareth is having with an old cooking-school flame.
Gareth's father suddenly reappears in his life; Cyril hires a detective to investigate his daughter's love life.
Cyril orders the ill-tempered Gareth to chat up the customers during dinner.
Gareth is forced to give Cyril's very spoiled daughter a job in the kitchen.
Gareth deals with the pain of losing his restaurant and his wife and gaining an American chef.
Gareth (Lenny Henry) tries to prove he's the best chef in Britain at an international cooking competition.
All the kitchen staff members bring their personal problems to work on the same day.
Everton (Roger Griffiths) angers Gareth (Lenny Henry) when he creates a signature recipe in the restaurant's kitchen.
Gareth (Lenny Henry) gets into trouble with his wife, Janice (Caroline Lee Johnson), during an appearance on a TV talk show.
Gareth's woodland rendezvous with a shady character is broken up by the police.
Janice (Caroline Lee Johnson) suspects she may be pregnant.
Gareth and his wife seek to alleviate the chaos in their restaurant's kitchen by hiring a formerly legendary chef.
Gareth and Janice need to find their own turkeys for Christmas dinner when their regular poultry supplier pulls out.
Gareth (Lenny Henry) decides to provide an evening of Caribbean foods.
Janice arranges for a live TV show to be broadcast from the restaurant.
Gareth panics when a respected French chef makes a reservation.
Gareth opens the restaurant's kitchen to the press, whose representatives are more interested in his personal life.
Gareth and his wife (Lenny Henry, Caroline Lee Johnson) decide to buy the money-strapped restaurant Le Chateau Anglais.
Gareth Blackstock, Britain's finest and most foul-tempered chef, is forced to restructure his kitchen staff.