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Kitchen Revolution

Program type: magazine
No. of seasons: 5
No. of episodes: 62
Original title: Kuchenne rewolucje

"Kitchen revolutions" in which Chef Magda Gessler spends a week with a failing restaurant in an attempt to revive the business.

The program was produced by Constantin Entertainment Poland and it's based on British program "Kitchen Nightmares" hosted by controversial Gordon Ramsay.

Owners of rundown restaurants need immediate help. This is the reason why she appears. Symbol of success in catering business – Magda Gessler. Will she manage to change and rescue each restaurant in just four days?
You can find the answer in a reality show “Kitchen revolutions”.

Magda observes and analyses situations and problems of the place. She tests waiters' skills, tastes dishes, checks hygiene of work.
Often her opinions and behavior cause aggression and rebellion of employers and restaurant owners. Magda is a tough boss. She closes restaurant for two days, changes menu, teaches the cooks culinary tricks or even changes the design of the eatery.
The fourth day is a great reopening of the restaurant. Will the clients like it? “Kitchen’s revolutions” is a Polish version of British reality show "Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares", a program that won BAFTA prize in both 2005 and 2008 and was awarded international EMMY in 2006.