Gordon goes to Hampshire to help a supper club that is so exclusive it hardly has any customers.
Gordon heads to an Indian restaurant with a do-it-yourself gimmick and not enough customers.
Gordon meets his match in an ex-boxer and his feisty wife who run a restaurant in rural Wales.
Gordon heads to a restaurant that sells bargain roast dinners in what was once the chapel of a 19th-century convent.
Gordon returns to Spain to visit ex-nightclub owner Lawrence and his restaurant for British expats, La Parra de Burriana.
Gordon returns to the Fenwick Arms to see if the owners stuck to the menu of traditional pub fare that he helped design.
Cultures clash when Gordon heads to Paris to help a restaurant that seems to be failing due to its largely vegetarian menu.
Gordon comes to the aid of former actor Allan Love, whose restaurant Ruby Tates is losing money due to his lack of control and apathetic chefs.
A year after visiting Mamma Cherri's restaurant Gordon returns to see if the restaurateurs have taken his advice.
Gordon revisits the La Riviera restaurant to see if the restaurateurs have taken his advice.
For the last three years Morgan's has been run by antiques dealer-turned-restaurateur Sandy and her daughters.
Gordon battles with a former Michelin-starred chef who's obsessed with baby vegetables.
The Fenwick Arms pub is run by landlord Brian who puts in 120 hours a week and insists on laying down the law in the kitchen.
La Parra de Burriana is a restaurant in Nerja on Spain's Costa del Sol.
La Gondola, a hotel and restaurant that was the toast of Derby in the 1970s and 1980s, is sinking fast and is stuck in the past.
Gordon heads to Blackpool to help at Clubway 41, a restaurant that is in dire straits despite being voted one of the best in the resort town.
Gordon Ramsay travels to the seaside to help ailing hotel and restaurant, The Sandgate.
Maura and her son, Lenin, run Irish restaurant Oscar's in Nantwich, Cheshire.
Gordon Ramsay returns to check up on how Bonaparte's Restaurant is doing since he first visited them and whether or not the restaurant continues to live up to its potential or has fallen back into disarray.
Revisiting Moore Place to see if Ramsay's fast-track guide to restaurant success helped Nick and Richard transform their failing inn into a profitable business?
Gordon revisits the Walnut Tree Inn to see if the owner has taken his advice and kept the restaurant afloat.
Revisiting the Glass House and seeing what has changed or stayed the same.
Multimillionaire Barry Larson owns La Riviera, an Inverness fine-dining restaurant.
Chef Gordon Ramsay helps a soul food restaurant owner who can't seem to let her head chef do any of the cooking.
Staff at D-Place argue constantly and the subpar food is regularly sent back to the kitchen.
Twenty-eight-year-old owner and head chef Alex offers modern Italian cuisine at La Lanterna in Letchworth, Hertfordshire.
The Glass House restaurant.
Sue Ray, owner of Bonapartes Restaurant, gets some help reviving the business.
Gordon attempts to help turn around a family-run bistro with hideous decor, bad food and a chef who can't face up to his mistakes.
Gordon attempts to help two friends save their failing restaurant from corporate competition.
Ramsay encounters the most disgusting restaurant he's ever seen.
Ramsay is appalled by a British cook who doesn't know how to serve traditional pub fare.
A part-time actor runs a Burbank, Calif. pizza place that uses frozen food.
Customers at a New Jersey eatery are so angry the police get involved.
An ex-boxer and his wife scare customers away from their restaurant with their arguing.