Gordon Ramsay Offers To Pay For Chef’s College | Hotel Hell FULL EPISODE

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Gordon Ramsay visits the Cambridge Hotel in the first episode of Hotel Hell. The food and standards of the hotel leaves Gordon unimpressed, however, one young chef impresses him.

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