As a test, Ramsey gets take out egg rolls, a chicken salad sandwich from a convenience store, and a couple of other items. He has buffalo wings from his hotel. First, he tells everyone that all of the items are from room service menus from 5-star hotels (or something close anyway) and asks which ones they like best.
One liked the buffalo wings and was loved on for being able to pick out the fine dining dish from the rubbish. I am trying to determine how buffalo wings are supposed to meet "fine dining". It's bar food. It started out as bar food and should end up as bar food. I have never considered going to a fine dining restaurant looking for buffalo wings. In short, I'm simply stumped by the items on the menu and what any of them were doing on a supposed fine-dining room service menu.