Gordon's biggest challenge is fixing a Indian restaurant in New York City, which happens to be across the street from his own restaurants. The place is run by three different managers, none of whom are doing a very good job. The kitchen is atrocious and flies are everywhere, but Gordon has no choice but to give one manager the ax for backstabbing his partners. Written by
Kyle J. McElravy
Did You Know?
At the beginning of the episode the restaurant's name is clearly displayed as "Dillons Lounge" (on the scrolling marquee) and "Dillons Restaurant" (on the canopy). Later, after Gordon Ramsay
changes its name, the new signs and canopy say "Purnima Dillions Restaurant" (note the errant "i" in Dillons).
In a followup episode where Ramsay revisits the restaurant, the spelling has been corrected to "Dillons," removing the extra "i." See more