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Kitchen Nightmares Infographic – Lots of Failures

Our parent company The Pizza Experts, just released this infographic to show just how unhelpful Gordon Ramsey and his show Kitchen Nightmares is. As you can see, most of the restaurants close after being helped by him. Not sure why a restaurant would even want to be on the show after seeing what happens to […]

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Kitchen Nightmares Infographic – Lots of Failures

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Our parent company The Pizza Experts, just released this infographic to show just how unhelpful Gordon Ramsey and his show Kitchen Nightmares is. As you can see, most of the restaurants close after being helped by him. Not sure why a restaurant would even want to be on the show after seeing what happens to the majority of the others. The statistics don’t lie. Feel free to share this. Click CONTINUE READING below to view the infographic:

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64 Responses to “Kitchen Nightmares Infographic – Lots of Failures”

  • Joshua Kaanaana wrote:
    18 May 2013 at 5:28 am

    This isn’t real statistics. It’s just a bunch of pie charts and percentages without any of the actual studies, bell curves and correct work being put into the math that we need in order to make an educated analysis of it all. It’s a great presentation, love the design of the blog and the info you’ve put out itself, but the math needs a lot of work and some peer review from someone who has actually taken statistics.

  • drkennethnoisewater wrote:
    28 May 2013 at 9:08 pm

    Correlation is not causation.

  • Kitchen Nightmare Fails | Infographic Images wrote:
    31 May 2013 at 9:28 am

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  • WHAT!? wrote:
    15 Aug 2013 at 4:24 pm

    Retarded post; that so much apparent research went in to provide a very biased table leads me to question the motive behind it. These are chosen by the show because of their bad finances/ and their owners’ inability to run the place, why Ramsay should then be slandered due to their closure or sale is beyond me…

  • David Hill wrote:
    17 Oct 2013 at 9:30 pm

    So the restaurant starts with at least $100k of debt, Gordon Ramsay comes in, and the restaurant owners AREN’T instant millionaires? Gloriosky! Considering how the majority of restaurants fail anyway, how successful do you think they’ll be when they start off in that kind of debt?

    Watch the reality show “The Restaurant”. That was Rocco Dispirito’s restaurant, and it failed, too.

  • David Hill wrote:
    17 Oct 2013 at 9:40 pm

    By the way, as far as “statistics don’t lie”. Where is the statistic saying how in debt these restaurants were before he got there?

  • Kitchen Nightmare Fails wrote:
    14 Dec 2013 at 3:57 am

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  • Sean Hall wrote:
    14 Feb 2014 at 10:08 pm

    Ummm, you guys are aware these places are tens, hundreds, and sometimes even a million dollars in the whole and are being run by clueless idiots. You also understand its one of the toughest businesses in the world, right?

  • Sean Hall wrote:
    14 Feb 2014 at 10:13 pm

    Here is the thing people have to understand about Gordon Ramsey. He is going to live the rest of his life as a very wealthy and very well known man. Once you get past that and understand you won’t kill his success you can get rid of stupid websites like this with their “facts don’t lie”. You honestly think this show couldn’t go to restaurants that need a little fix-me-up and he could prop them up for years? He goes to the bottom of the barrel do or die restaurants (like the ones that serve slime disguised as lasagna in a restaurant in strip mall) and does what he can in a week. I neither love or hate the man, but I think he’s on top right now and everyone wants to knock him off.

  • Lance Sjogren wrote:
    22 Jun 2014 at 10:46 am

    These restaurants were all destined to fail. It is to be expected that many had such deep problems that they still failed despite Ramsay’s intervention.

  • Lance Sjogren wrote:
    22 Jun 2014 at 10:51 am

    Right. The question is not whether Ramsay’s turnaround therapy is successful, it obviously is to some degree, since some of the restaurants succeed. The question is whether it is strong medicine or weak medicine. A brief intervention is liable to be of limited value in fixing deep rooted problems that have developed over many years.

  • Lance Sjogren wrote:
    22 Jun 2014 at 10:54 am

    So you have no evidence for your assertion because the evidence would be impossible to generate. Fine, then just don’t make your unsubstantiated assertion.

  • yourrealdad wrote:
    14 Jul 2014 at 10:08 am

    The people he helps have no business in the business. I’m surprised any of them survived. These people

  • Tyler wrote:
    16 Oct 2014 at 3:57 am

    What an utterly ridiculous and one sided use of statistics to seemingly push an agenda. These businesses were all going to fail, he comes in and saves some of them yet you try to blame him for the ones that do fail? You’re either very dumb or you have an axe to grind. Either way this is ridiculous. I hope most people are smart enough to see through this garbage. As for the owners that blame him, I think they’re just in denial that it was their fault, and they expect Ramsey coming to their restaurants to automatically save them and are shocked when it turns out they needed to keep working at it. Take some responsibility people, he didn’t come to your restaurant because it was successful.

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