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    gordon ramsay is the man! i agree with others that he was much calmer in his bbc days, and def turns up the character these days on fox.

    his restaurant at the london in hollywood is pretty good. small servings, but very tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterkye View Post
    gordon ramsay is the man! i agree with others that he was much calmer in his bbc days, and def turns up the character these days on fox.

    his restaurant at the london in hollywood is pretty good. small servings, but very tasty.

    i don't even think it's his anymore - just has his name on the outside. he had to sell the operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    i don't even think it's his anymore - just has his name on the outside. he had to sell the operation.

    - chuck
    i even went during opening week, hoping to see him there. but no luck....at least the food was good! their risotto was sooo good, though bite sized.

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    His attitude is part of his persona, it's his character. He's a very nice guy that is willing to help when/how he can. His US shows like Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares are pretty much just for shock value, but still fun to watch. As far as I remember, he used to play soccer/football before getting into cooking, he's not a pussy by any means.

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    love hell's kitchen and kitchen nightmares.
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    you guys see the cook off he did with james may?
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    Hes definitely entertaining to watch. One of the restaurants he helped turn around is about 10 minutes from me. I have yet to go though....

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    Ramsay is a fantastic chef. The TV aspect is really played up from his true element. I like him, watch the BBC version of his show and enjoy it. Good stuff, lots of little niche things he does that are great to try, and experiment with.

    That being said, at the end of the day Anthony Bourdain > Gordon Ramsay.
    Bourdain is my hero.

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    Oooh foodies on the 4. Sweet! Love Ramsey but like the bbc version better. Did you know he was a car enthusiast??




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    i think he still is, ive sorta want to go to some of the restaurants he helped here in so cal just to see how his influence sorta played into the restaurant's way of things better yet i actually want to go to one of his restaurants
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