Gordon Ramsay seeks struggling restaurants for next TV show

06 June 2008 by
Gordon Ramsay seeks struggling restaurants for next TV show

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is on the hunt for struggling restaurants ahead of the next series of Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares](http://www.channel4.com/food/on-tv/ramsays-kitchen-nightmares).

Optomen Television, the production company behind the Channel 4 show, today issued a call for entrants, ahead of filming later this summer.

A spokeswoman for the company told Caterersearch: "Gordon Ramsay is back from the US and is keen to lend his help to struggling restaurants at home in the UK.

In 2006, Ramsay - who opened his first Los Angeles restaurant earlier this week - scooped an Emmy for Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares.

He won the non-scripted entertainment category from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

For more information call 020 7967 1792 or e-mail kitchennightmares@optomen.com

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