Chef Gordon Ramsay was back in Hampden at on Wednesday to see how the restaurant is holding up after its makeover late last year.
The restaurant was featured on the celebrity chef’s reality show Kitchen Nightmares in February. During the episode, owner Denise Whiting, apologized for trademarking the colloquialism “Hon,” which caused a series of that Whiting said nearly forced the business to go under.
The episode left the restaurant facing a brave new post “Hontroversy” world in Baltimore, and Ramsay is reportedly in town to film for a retrospective show.
According to Baltimore Magazine, Whiting said her biggest issue currently is finding a new chef.
Whiting’s annual is scheduled to take place on June 9 and June 10.