Inman Park restaurant gets a 44/100 health score, shortly after celebrity chef visits.
Did “world-renowned” chef Gordon Ramsay fix one Atlanta restaurant’s problems or create a whole new set of nightmares for it?
In September, Park’s Edge restaurant participated in filming the fourth season of “Kitchen Nightmares,” only to fail its health inspection a few weeks later.
The show, which premiers on FOX this Friday, Nov. 4, promises participating restaurants it’ll “help turn around their businesses or else they’ll be forced to close their doors forever.”
Ramsay and his team infiltrated the Inman Park restaurant Sept. 9 – 12. Park’s Edge failed it’s health inspection Oct. 12.
“With Ramsay’s reputation on the line, he will demand absolute excellence and perfection from the owners,” according to the show’s website. “Using his five-star culinary expertise and knowledge, Chef Ramsay will put his name and his food empire on the line to help transform these restaurant nightmares into the American dream on Kitchen Nightmares.”
Sorry Ramsay, but unsanitary kitchens and unfathomably low health scores does not a successful restaurant make.