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Ramsay discovers that Alex had spent £48,000 on the car, and straight away sets off to sell both the car and the numberplate-- calling a number of celebrity chefs about the latter, with amusing results.
Despite Alex losing 1000 pounds per week, Ramsay opens his garage to find a brand new BMW with custom numberplates-- "A1 CHEF".
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares is a television program featuring British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay first broadcast on Channel 4 in 2004.
In each episode, Ramsay visits a failing restaurant and acts as a troubleshooter to help improve the establishment in just one week.
While Ramsay quickly sees the potential in the restaurant upon his arrival, due to the attractive building, excellent location and strong flow of tourists, he finds the actual food to be poor, which he blames on new owner Neil's inexperience and panicky nature, and head chef Richard's lazy attitude, which hampers an otherwise-talented kitchen staff.
Ramsay also finds the kitchen to be in a terrible state, and makes the staff join him in cleaning and repainting it.
Ramsay gets the owners to rename the restaurant as the Saracen's Café Bar, after the hotel which the restaurant is situated in, and creates a better menu with a club sandwich as its centerpiece.
While Philippe needs a lot of persuasion (and more than a little yelling) to fully embrace the new menu, Dave's inept handling of the reopening lunch service rapidly causes it to descend into chaos, leaving many guests without food.
Ramsay shows Tim how to buy cheaper produce from the Leeds Kirkgate Market and helps him make a meal for his family, though is still concerned when Tim botches the meal.
Despite this, Tim is successfully able to serve a new bistro menu to nearly fifty guests on Valentine's Day, leaving Ramsay hopeful for the restaurant's future.
Ramsay also updates the menu and the decor, bringing in paintings from a local art school.
On reopening night, Alex starts to get overwhelmed and takes too long getting food out, but Gavin's newfound assertiveness saves the night.
The inexperience of owners Richard and Nick also poses a major problem, as does the seeming indifference of much of the kitchen staff, especially head chef Mark, whose background is mostly in IT rather than cooking, and is berated by Ramsay for spending time golfing rather than cooking, which eventually leads to Ramsay destroying the kitchen's deep-fat friers by throwing them into a water hazard on the course.