The Facebook page for Amy’s Baking Company was an ugly mess after owners Amy and Samy Bouzaglo were featured on Gordon Ramsay’s “Kitchen Nightmares.” Outraged viewers flooded the restaurant’s social media outlets, including Yelp, to call them “horrible,” “rude” and their behavior “criminal.” The twosome appeared to hit back at posters with an all-caps tirade, but they now say a hacker is to blame.
The couple’s behavior on the show was even too much for Ramsay. For the first time, he walked out before renovations. In the episode, which aired May 10, the Scottsdale couple was accused of stealing tips from employees, selling desserts from other restaurants and being extremely rude to customers.
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Premiere Chef Gordon Ramsay stopped by The Grove to answer questions -- asked by you! Watch to see the "Hell's Kitchen" master talk about the meals he likes to cook, his new shows, cooking with his family and more!
“Extra’s” Adrianna Costa stopped by chef Gordon Ramsay’s new Steak restaurant at Paris Hotel in Las Vegas for the grand opening and a tour. She also got the scoop on Ramsay’s new restaurant at The Grove.
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Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay visited The Grove and chatted with "Extra's" Mario Lopez about his new FOX show, "Master Chef."
"It's almost like a 'Chef Idol,'" explained Ramsay, "Scouring the country for the most amazing home talent. And now we have a hundred of the most unique amateur chefs in one building."
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