GORDON RAMSAY is heading back to southern Spain to help out struggling expat restaurant owners put good food back on their menus.
The TV chef will be filming a new series in May and June, and heading to some of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations along the Costa del Sol.
Ramsay, who has a number of restaurants across the UK, has starred in numerous TV shows on both sides of the pond, and has become known for his no nonsense approach and foul-mouthed rants.
It’ll be the Kitchen Nightmares star’s second visit to Spain, after filming an episode at Nerja’s La Parra de Burriana back in 2007.
Owned by ex pat Laurence Davy, an ex nightclub manager, he wanted to offer brits abroad something a bit different.
Ramsay helped Davy, who was in debt to the tune of 100,000 euros, turn the struggling business around, but on a return visit in 2012, Ramsay found the restaurant closed.
The show’s producers are looking for restaurants, hotels and B&B’s to take part, so if you are interested, get in touch via email@example.com or on 0044 203 227 5867.
he used to visit my mates cafe often in benalmadena costa,decent bloke…….unlike a few cafes burning chicken kievs at the moment….its a riot
If he has as much success as Mary Portas’ attempts to turn round the fortunes of Brit. shops. Then you’re all doomed.
stefano,lets hope he turns it around on the costa del sol because its only the brits that are keeping this place going with no help from the local politicians