Kitchen Nightmares Australia: Colin Fassnidge reveals local restaurants

Fresh from his appearance at MKR, award-winning chef Colin Fassnidge will be life-changing in the new series Kitchen Nightmares Australia.

Colin goes behind the kitchen doors of a different restaurant each week and will use his 28 years of industry experience to try and rescue faltering businesses.

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Known for his no-nonsense candor, he’ll likely shake a few feathers when he gives honest feedback and practical advice on why these restaurants flirt with failure.

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Colin Fassnidge on Kitchen Nightmares Australia. Recognition: seven

Tensions flare and conflict arise as Colin uncovers where the kitchens go wrong.

“You’ve seen Fawlty Towers, well that’s the Australian version,” he jokes after visiting a restaurant where disaster appears to be the program.

Colin Fassnidge consoles in a scene from Kitchen Nightmares Australia. Recognition: seven

After criticizing another restaurant, the owner tells him, “You can keep your poise where the sun doesn’t shine!”

But he’s also there to arm the owners and staff with the secrets to running a profitable restaurant.

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A restaurant owner slams the door after arguing with Colin Fassnidge. Recognition: seven

Colin said restaurants across Australia have been hit hard by COVID in recent years and for some people their livelihoods are really at stake.

“Having learned quite a bit in the restaurant game over the past 28 years, I can’t wait to help a number of businesses with lots of advice and a healthy dose of honesty,” he said.

Kitchen Nightmares first debuted in the UK in 2004, starring its bite-sized, uncompromising chef Gordon Ramsay, with an American version following in 2007.

Colin Fassnidge on Kitchen Nightmares Australia. Recognition: seven

Since then, the show has won countless awards, including the 2005 and 2008 BAFTA Awards and a 2006 Emmy for Best Unscripted Entertainment.

Dublin-born and trained by the legendary Raymond Blanc, Colin Fassnidge was Executive Chef at Four in Hand in Paddington for over 10 years.

Aside from being an award-winning chef and TV presenter, he has also written his own cookbook, Four Kitchens.

Kitchen Nightmares Australia is coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.

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