Gordon comes to the aid of former actor Allan Love, whose restaurant Ruby Tates is losing money due to his lack of control and apathetic chefs.
Cultures clash when Gordon heads to Paris to help a restaurant that seems to be failing due to its largely vegetarian menu.
Gordon returns to the Fenwick Arms to see if the owners stuck to the menu of traditional pub fare that he helped design.
Gordon returns to Spain to visit ex-nightclub owner Lawrence and his restaurant for British expats, La Parra de Burriana.
Gordon heads to a restaurant that sells bargain roast dinners in what was once the chapel of a 19th-century convent.
Gordon meets his match in an ex-boxer and his feisty wife who run a restaurant in rural Wales.
Gordon heads to an Indian restaurant with a do-it-yourself gimmick and not enough customers.
Gordon goes to Hampshire to help a supper club that is so exclusive it hardly has any customers.