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This Is The Absolute Filthiest Restaurant Gordon Ramsay Ever Went To On Kitchen Nightmares

Gordon Ramsay recently spoke about his deep regret for ending his popular Kitchen Nightmares shows, and while it’s been gone for a good four years, the wrath he showed to bumbling restaurant owners still lingers. In its seven seasons, the American version of Kitchen Nightmares had 77 restaurants featured, and only 38 percent of them managed to stay open after getting the Ramsay treatment.

To this date, the absolute filthiest restaurant Ramsay ever visited can be traced back to its first season, as Ramsay met the folks at Seascape Restaurant and Taproom in New York.

While at the restaurant, Ramsay found grease filling every crevice of the walls, as he proclaimed, “This is 10,000 times worse than I thought it would be.” He found “fresh lobster ravioli” frozen and inside a bucket, a container of moldy pesto that was actually served to him, and a bag of fish food in the restaurant’s walk-in refrigerator.

The worst part is that Ramsay was actually served a lot of this disgusting food, and boy did he let them have it in the back. There really is no excuse for serving up moldy food, especially to a world-renowned chef. How do you blow it that badly?

As you can imagine, the restaurant didn’t make it, as it was later sold and turned into a J&R Steak House that probably didn’t get torn apart by Gordon.

While the location is still thriving as a food establishment, the ghosts of Gordon Ramsay’s wrath still probably haunt the walls, as there was a time that his menacing Scottish voice pierced through the entire building of Seascape Restaurant and Taproom.

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Bobby Flay Challenges Gordon Ramsay To A Pay-Per-View Cook-Off

A showdown between Bobby Flay and Gordon Ramsay is comparable to Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, down to the possible Pay-Per-View potential.

In an exclusive interview with Foodbeast during this year’s Vegas Uncork’d, Flay said that the only way he’d go up against Ramsay would be in a boxing-style spectacle, the greatest cook-off of all time.

“Only if it’s a Pay-Per-View event,” Flay said. “I’ve been hoping it would happen outside of Caesar’s Palace, like the old school heavyweight fights, but that’s yet to have happened.”

Even with cameras everywhere, and millions of eyes certainly glued to the TV, Flay still doesn’t trust Ramsay to play fair. When asked what he’d like the stipulations be, he said:

“I don’t know. Gordon’s going to cheat anyway, so it doesn’t matter.”

For years, we’ve dreamed of a cook-off between two of the most popular chefs in the world, and all they do is tease us.

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At last year’s Vegas Uncork’d, Ramsay promised a cook-off with Flay was coming, and he even went out “looking” for Flay at his Mesa Grill restaurant, live streaming the hunt on Facebook.

The way Flay talked about Ramsay, it seemed like they’re actually friends, so hopefully they can finally make this thing happen, and give the people what they want.

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Gordon Ramsay Visits The Worst Bed & Breakfast Ever In Hilarious Sketch

Gordon Ramsay has long been associated with restaurants, with fixing them up in terms of image and food being his particular niche. After having maintained his stellar popularity for many years, it’s time he takes his area of expertise to another corner of the service industry.

With two seasons under his belt already, Ramsay has proven successful in helping people rebrand their lodging establishments in order to turn their misfortune around.

Well, Late Late Show host James Corden decided to turn his home into a bed n’ breakfast, then made the next logical step by inviting Ramsay to his “Home-tel.” Check out the hilarious clip below to see how well Corden pulled it off.


Gordon Ramsay Hunts Down Bobby Flay At His Restaurant, Demands A Cook-Off [WATCH]


Last week, Foodbeast reported that Gordon Ramsay and Bobby Flay were planning an epic cook-off by year’s-end, and whether it actually happens or not, Ramsay is having a blast trolling Flay.

In a Facebook live stream, Saturday, Ramsay said that the cook-off was finally happening and it was going down at Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill in Las Vegas, right then and there. Ramsay walked from his own restaurant at Caesar’s Palace, down to Flay’s restaurant, which is also in Caesar’s Palace, ready to take him on.

Flay wasn’t there, though.

Apparently Flay was in New York that day, which Ramsay probably knew, but he went over to create a fuss in a hilarious live stream.

When the fiery chef showed up, he asked Mesa Grill chef Brian May, “We’re live right now, where is he?”

After chef May told Gordon that Flay wasn’t there, Ramsay took a seat and started calling his fellow chef friends, including Giada De Laurentiis and Nobu Matsuhisa, saying that Bobby’s a “No-show.”

Gordon eventually got fed up, handed the restaurant his agency’s phone number and said, “Come on, kid. Let’s get this sorted. It’s now, or never. Come on, Bobby.”

It looks like Gordon’s either baiting Bobby, or just making fun of an idea that will never happen.

Hopefully, for everyone’s enjoyment, the two can actually come together and do the three-course, 60-minute cook-off that Ramsay’s suggesting.

Peep the video below: