字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (Male announcer) Tonight on Kitchen Nightmares, Gordon may be in the city of brotherly love... All right, now I'm gettin' mad! (Announcer) But no one is feeling the love at Chiarella's. Put it up! Let's go! (Announcer) Chef Ramsay is in for a major struggle with a proud but misguided husband and wife team. - The food was disgusting. - I disagree with you. (Announcer) While one deals with the failing business... I don't know what youse are doing! (Announcer) By fighting back... Everybody get it together. (Announcer) The other has given up. It's just so much I'm afraid of. (Announcer) Not surprisingly, the marriage is at its breaking point. What the hell is going on with you? (Announcer) Get ready for a night of raw emotion... It ain't her fault, it's my [Bleep] fault! (Announcer) As chef Ramsay tries to rebuild not just a restaurant... You've got to bounce back. (Announcer) But an owner's confidence as well. I shouldn't even be here. (Announcer) Tonight, failure might just be an option in Philadelphia. Do you know how you can turn this around? Save your [Bleep] money. Shut the door! What is that? Disgusting crap! You're done! I'm done? I'm not insane! Yes, you are! Shut the place down! Get out of here! (Gordon) That is amazing! [Sobbing] I can't take any more! I just can't thank you enough. Kitchen Nightmares s05 ep16 - chiarellas sync and corrected by dr.Jackson for www.Addic7ed.Com (announcer) South Philadelphia, boasting some of the most authentic Italian restaurants in the country, and home to Chiarella's. Good evening. Two? closed the original Chiarella's, which was located in Wildwood, New Jersey. My parents owned the original Chiarella's. Phenomenal business... Busy every night, packed. We just figured once we opened here, we would be just as successful here as Chiarella's was in Wildwood. (Tommy) Hello. How you doing? (Dina) When we first opened Chiarella's, Tommy was fun and happy. How you doing tonight? Great, great. Couldn't be better. - But as business went down... - Who didn't come in? (Dina) A four, a two, a four. - Why? - I don't know. Tommy became, like, a completely different person. The success in Wildwood did not at all follow me to Philly. No, man. A lot of people didn't come in. Oh, don't worry about it. We have a great little restaurant. The menu is fantastic. We have good food... And I can't figure out what the problem is. That's your opinion. Tommy and Dina need to admit, like, our food [Bleep] blows, and that's it. - What happened with that? - She don't like that. They can go [Bleep] themselves, all right? You have to put out what people want, and we're not doing that right now, not at all. You take this [Bleep] out. I'm done. When there's problems in the kitchen, Tommy just goes, "I ain't dealing with this [Bleep]," and he leaves. [Grunting] He just goes down in the basement and lifts his little weights. And he does his crazy sit-ups or whatever on the chair. Or he'll just practice his golf swing. That's a shank. Maybe one time a golf ball hit him in the head because he is not himself, and he's mentally breaking down. Anybody know where my check is? I lost a check, unless it's down my ass. Is it down my ass? Is it? I can't figure it out. When I see the restaurant doing poorly, and I see an empty restaurant, it's the worst feeling you can ever imagine. Why is this happening to me, man? I gotta pick myself up. Tommy can't deal with the lack of business. It's driving him crazy. I ain't destined for this business no more, man. I don't know what to do. Over the last couple years, the stress... Tommy's just, like, drained from it. Let's get this night over with, man, 'cause I wanna get out of here. And I want Tommy to be happy, 'cause he deserves that. This is not right. I'm not even doing enough business to keep my electric and gas on. I can't lose this. This was it. This was everything. I can't lose the restaurant. I'm dead. I'm in South Philly, known to locals as the "red sauce neighborhood," because this place is surrounded with great Italian restaurants. Now, I'm really looking forward to checking out Chiarella's. It small. Wow. Oh, hello. - Hello. How are you? - Nice to see you. - And your first name is? -Dina. Dina. And the name Chiarella's came from? My father. My family. Okay... We had a restaurant in Wildwood. And how long was it in Wildwood for? 36 years. Oh, wow. Wow, wow, wow. - And did you spend time there? - All my life. You're not that old, are you? Yeah, I am. [Chuckles] We need chef Ramsay's help because Tommy needs to take control of his business and himself to make things work. And that is our problem. And Mr. Chiarella, he oversees it? - He's retired. - Oh, he's retired. It's mine and my husband's place. - May I meet your husband? - Yes. Please? Thank you. - Excellent. - If I can find where he is. - Thomas, are you in the bathroom? - No, I'm right here. Can you come up here, babe? - Is he in the kitchen? - No. Thomas doesn't cook. - Oh, he doesn't cook? - No. - Hey. - Pleasure. Pleasure's all mine, bud. Good to see you. You too. - You look fit. - Yeah, a little bit. Uh, let's sit down, let's have a catch-up, and let's find out what's going on, shall we? You got it. Yeah? If I knew exactly why I needed help, I wouldn't need chef Ramsay. -So, Dina. -Yes. So whose idea was it to move that name and to buy in South Philly? Well, my father retired... Right. And we needed to figure out what we were gonna do with our lives. I mean, all we know is the restaurant business. That's all we knew. What's wrong with the restaurant, Dina, what? No consistency. No consistency. Service, food? I think our food is better than the area's food around here... It's quality, it's fresh. But Dina just said you're inconsistent. What's inconsistent is the customers. So the food's consistent, - but the customers are inconsistent? - Right. I don't think they like Italian food. - Come on. - Oh, yeah. And I stand behind our food. But what's missing from the restaurant? We don't know what's missing. Customers. Well, okay, in terms of how this place is run, I mean, who actually runs it? - Me. - You're in charge? And how many days a week are you here? Maybe two or three. Right. And do you always agree with what Tommy's doing? - Really? - Yeah. I don't agree with the way he runs the kitchen. You're not taking it seriously enough? Oh, I take it serious, it's just there's not enough business. (Dina) That's not the issue. The issue is you can't better your business the way you're running it. Well, he's asking a question... He's asking a question and I... I'm here every day, you don't have to be here every day. And I go home, and that's what I do. I don't fully understand why this place is not working. He keeps denying what the real issue is. I didn't think she felt like that. I mean, I thought... Can I just have a word with this man on his own for two minutes, please? I love my wife, but this restaurant has killed our relationship... It killed it. Listen, I can see you're hurting. That's why I wanted a word in person, that's all. I'm embarrassed. She thinks I don't care, man. But it's my fault. I mean, my wife... I'm the man. Italian... I'm the man. I'm buried. I stay in bed because I'm afraid to get up. I'm afraid who's gonna come after me. Who's gonna shut my gas off? I need help here. I need somebody to help me, man, because this business has been absolutely horrendous. And it's the worst feeling you can ever imagine. (Announcer) Coming up... That's ghastly. Feel like I've just given birth. (Announcer) Gordon discovers how deep Tommy has fallen into depression... What the hell is going on with you? (Announcer) How far the restaurant has sunk... (Gordon) It's like cat food. (Announcer) And how Fed up Dina has become. All right, now I'm getting mad. (Announcer) It's fight time in Philly. Put it up! Let's go! I don't know what youse are doing! (Announcer) Coming up on Kitchen Nightmares. (Announcer) After a disheartening conversation with Dina and Tommy... Give you another tea. - Thank you. - Thank you. (Announcer) Chef Ramsay is hoping to find encouragement from Chiarella's menu. Okay... Casual gourmet dining. Whoa. Wow, do they have veal! "The veal cutlet Johnny, veal parmigiana, "veal cutlet with roasted peppers, "veal scalapini, veal saltimbocca, "veal Chiarella, "veal Sinatra, veal francaise, "veal picante, veal marsala "veal cutlet Roberto, and veal Mia." Wow. There's so much veal on here. I didn't see any chicken. Whoa. Hold on. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 chicken dishes. That's insane. - Hello. - Hello, how are you? - I'm good, how are you? - Very well, thank you. - Your first name is? - I'm Renata. - Renata, pleased to meet you. - You too. Is that real, all these veal and chicken dishes? Yeah. Damn! And these names... Veal Chiarella. And down here, the steak Michael Anthony. These are all named after people. Yeah, they're all named after the family. So why have they got a veal Sinatra? Yeah, so I think they ran out of names. [Laughs] Frank Sinatra is not a relative of the family. I think they had to get a little creative with it, so why not go with Sinatra? He's a great singer, right?