An investigation at the Trolley Stop Café, a classic Cajun-inspired New Orleans restaurant, reveals an absentee owner is to blame for the restaurant staff's lack of communication and discipline; chef...
It was not horrible, nor was it great, but it seemed more of the same as it was basically, "Kitchen Nightmares" but with the lame twist of having only 24 hours to revamp an eatery. Things seemed rushed, people MUST have been very tired doing this overnight.
The set up of the show is that a failing eatery is supposedly being filmed for renovation, but unknown to them, Gordon Ramsay, is really doing his typical Kitchen Nighmare show instead. When they revealed it was actually Gordon, there was not much surprise shown, and the entire show seemed a bit set up and fake in some ways.
Maybe the idea is just getting old, or maybe it never was all that real to begin with, but the drama seems way over the top, and everything comes together too well in most of these shows. Not a lot of finesse and just comes off seeming staged a bit.
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