Wichita is getting a sneak peek of an episode of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's new show that will feature a local restaurant getting a redo.
This week, the Fox network put out a trailer showing highlights from Ramsay's new series "24 Hours to Hell and Back," which premieres on June 13. In the clip, you'll see many recognizable faces, including Fetch Bistro owners Greg and Pamela Buss and Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay, who agreed to help taste the food at the renovated restaurant with his name twin.
You'll also spot the Wichita Eagle's own Keeper of the Plans Matt Riedl, who filled in during taping as Wichita's dining critic since I was out of town for Thanksgiving. (Great timing, Ramsay.) Apparently, Matt really liked the gravy.
At the end of the clip, you'll also see Greg Buss telling chef Ramsay that he "saved more than just a restaurant here."
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Ramsay and his crew were in Wichita in November to film the show, in which they fix up a struggling restaurant, from decor to food, in 24 hours. When they left, Wichita's Fetch Bistro looked and tasted quite different.
Fetch Bistro also shared the clip on its Facebook page on Wednesday and promised to throw watch parties when the show premieres. Stay tuned for more information.