Share this article Share 'Isn't it against the law to ask for a head shot or photo with resumes? Do you have to be pretty to work there? The Bouzaglos posted this advert to their eatery's Facebook page on October 3 showing that their 'haters' haven't put them off being on being on television Difficult to work with: It seems that their cast could be pretty thin - one respondent sarcastically wrote: You didn't come across as a neurotic, egocentric maniac at all on Gordon Ramsay's program' Amy's Baking Company became the subject of ridicule earlier this year when it featured on Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares.
One told the Phoenix New Times: It would be such an honor to work for you. You didn't come across as a neurotic, egocentric maniac at all on Gordon Ramsay's program' 'Other tables were complaining and people were leaving because they were waiting so long for their food.
My partner and I had reservations for 6: When Mr Ramsay tried to give the husband and wife team some pointers as to where they were going wrong, he was met with open aggression from Mr Bouzaglo and complete denial about the quality of the food from Mrs Bouzaglo. And after Mr Ramsay reveals to diners that the owners have been keeping the tips of their waiting staff, the chef came close to trading blows with Mr Bouzaglo. It later came to light that the couple had fired around 50 employees in just a year.
Gordon Ramsay was forced to walk off the 82nd episode of Kitchen Nightmares after being unable to work with the owners, who have courted controversy ever since the episode aired Nice one minute, shouting the next: Mrs Bouzaglo entertained viewers with her fiery personality During a morning meeting to clear the air, the tense situation once again escalated with Mrs Bouzaglo threatening to walk out.
Finally, at the end of the episode, Mr Ramsay wishes the couple good luck with their business but tells him he cannot help them and leaves.
He said in his final speech: I can't help people that can't help themselves and cannot ever take one ounce of criticism and if you're not willing to change I'm not going to butt heads, argue, scream whatever you want to say.
It's not normal for a restaurant to go through that many staff, it's not normal for a kitchen that small to have 65 items on the menu and it's not normal for the level of animosity that you've built inside this restaurant and outside' 'You have the right to run the business the way you want to run the business.
I have the right to do the right thing - and the right thing for me is to get out of here. After the show aired, hundreds of negative comments appeared across social media sites, slating the owners' attitudes, their treatment of staff and the quality of food.
Amy Bouzaglo puts her cakes and deserts on display at Amy's Baking Kitchen Negative comments appeared on Reddit, Yelp and Facebook, calling the restaurateurs 'incredibly immature, rude, unprofessional'.
In response, the husband and wife team allegedly began posting torrents of abuse directed at commentators on their business's Facebook page. But this negativity doesn't appear to have put them off television and their recent Facebook post suggests they are keen to show their side of the story. According to Phoenix New Times, Fox, the production company behind Kitchen Nightmares, also returned to Scottsdale on September 24 to tape a documentary on Amy's Baking Company's impact on the community.
Gordon Ramsay and the Bouzaglos will apparently not feature in the one-off special. Advertisement Share or comment on this article: