In season 1 of Hell's Kitchen, the grand prize was the investment capital for the winner to start their own restaurant, or the right to work with Gordon Ramsay for one year. Season 1 winner Michael Wray, originally accepted the position with Gordon, but changed his mind and opted for the capital to start his own restaurant, in order to be closer to his family.
From Season 2 onwards, the grand prize has been a head or executive chef position at a well known restaurant in a hotel, resort, or one of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants. The winning contestant since Season 2 also has the option of taking a one time cash prize of $250,000 if the winning contestant does not wish to accept the grand prize position, or they can not accept the grand prize position. In Season 5, the winning contestant won both the grand prize position and the $250,000 cash prize.
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