The world met Chef Ramsay when he was hell on wheels on the show “Hell’s Kitchen” where he was the temper tantrum throwing master chef of a restaurant. But, it appears, on his new show, he’s met his match.
Amy and Sammy Bouzaglo, the owners of Amy’s Baking Company in Scottsdale, Arizona, are over-the-top amateur restaurateurs, Sammy, a self-proclaimed “gangster,” and bullies that steal their servers tips. They have hired and fired over a hundred employees in just a year’s time and Samy doesn’t recognize taking his servant’s tips as stealing because they pay an hourly wage. Last Friday, Chef Ramsay’s “Kitchen Nightmares” came in to save the day and show them how a restaurant should be run, but nothing could be done for them…in the first time in the show’s history, according to the Huffington Post.
Just seeing Chef Ramsay in control of his temper when he came up against these two was amazing and worth the cost of admission into their insane world. The show is in its fourth season and for the first time Chef Ramsay walked off set and threw in the towel. The Bouzaglo’s could not take any criticism from him and at one point it appears that Ramsay and Samy would take it to the street!
The British chef known for his combative, bully-like style was no match for Amy who brought one of her servers to tears by firing her for asking her if she was “sure” that the order was for the table it was being sent to. You have to watch the episode to believe it (provided below). But, this is not the end of it. The Bouzaglo’s took to Facebook with rant after rant, and NOW PROCLAIMS THAT THEIR PAGE WAS HACKED! If anyone has come anywhere within a 5-mile radius of these two, they know that this is no one but them. Check out the posts:
Yep, they even talk about Chef Gordon Ramsay! And this is just a few of their posts (see them all here). But now they claim “wasn’t me!” It is unbelievable that they have been open since 2006. Watch for yourself.
Report on controversy from owners:
Part 1 of the Kitchen Nightmare’s episode with the ABC Baking Company: