Thirty minutes northeast of Los Angeles, in Monrovia, CA, Chef Ramsay finds a restaurant and family in desperate need of a change. Since its opening in 1997, the eatery has driven away both customers and employees with the constant yelling, bland menu choices and bleak, worn-out décor. Now, the only employees left standing are owner Sam's seven children, who are reaching a breaking point after working up to seven days a week with no pay. Aggravated with their father and each other, these siblings beg Ramsay to wake up their father from this living nightmare.
Sam's Mediterranean kabob Room is closed. They closed in January 2014 as appearing on the show didn't increase customers numbers and more competition had opened in the area.