Food & Drink Gordon Ramsay's Pizza Review In This 'Kitchen Nightmares' Clip Will Make You Cry Laughing

09:19  14 september  2017
09:19  14 september  2017 Source:   Delish

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In an old clip from the show, Ramsay takes a trip to a family-owned Italian restaurant, Pantaleone' s . While there, the famous chef sits down and orders a taste of what the restaurant' s owner has dubbed "Denver' s best pizza ," along with a This Baby Eating Her First Burrito Will Make You Cry Laughing .

His review of a Denver-based pizzeria on Kitchen Nightmares is as brutal as it is hilarious, and it In an old clip from the show, Ramsay takes a trip to a family-owned Italian restaurant, Pantaleone' s . 22 Vacation Destinations Your Entire Family Will Love. 16 Easy Ways to Make Flavored Lemonade.

For those of us who aren't world-famous chefs, any pizza that's hot, cheesy, greasy, and cheap is probably good in our book. But Gordon Ramsay, the Hell's Kitchen personality and celebrity chef known by many for his rather colorful vocabulary, obviously has higher standards than the rest of us. His review of a Denver-based pizzeria on Kitchen Nightmares is as brutal as it is hilarious, and it pretty much just proves that no one is safe from the sharp-tongued chef's harsh criticisms unless they're a contestant on Master Chef Jr.

In an old clip from the show, Ramsay takes a trip to a family-owned Italian restaurant, Pantaleone's. While there, the famous chef sits down and orders a taste of what the restaurant's owner has dubbed "Denver's best pizza," along with a meatball sub and a calzone. Needless to say, hilarity ensues as he gives a savage review of the dishes one-by-one that results in him stripping every ingredient off of his massive sausage pizza and deeming the dish Denver's worst pizza.

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"My sausage pizza, it was dripping in grease," Ramsay tells the owner, Pete Fafalios. "The dough was so thick, parts of it were undercooked. There's a huge mistake on the awning out there, because I think you just cooked me the worst pizza in Denver."

Ouch.

Of course, since this is Kitchen Nightmares we're talking about, Pete was obviously able to redeem himself and the restaurant by the episode's end, and he was able to transform the restaurant's entire look and menu with Ramsay's help.

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