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Restaurant Impossible is shown on the food network. This show takes a trouble restaurant where business is failing and the owner is in serious debt and gives it a complete makeover. Successful chef Robert Irvine is called out to the restaurant to assess the problem. Restaurant are often in desperate need of a makeover and often serve poor quality food. Business has also slowed to a point where the owner is losing thousands of dollars a month and may soon go out of business. There may be cleanliness issues in the kitchen that have to be resolved as well.

Robert has a designer on staff who decides how to redecorate the restaurant. He also has a builder to make any needed changes. He has to design a whole new menu that is tasty yet easy enough for the kitchen staff to make on a daily basis. The catch is that all of this has to be done within two days on a budget of $10,000. Robert also has to change the outlook of the restaurant owner and get them to think in new ways and accept the change. After the two days the restaurant reopens with a new look and new menu. At this point is it up to the owners to keep the changes and continue on the path to success. Robert Irvine and his staff has helped saved many restaurants and has helped the owners finally start to see a profit and get on the road to recovery.

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Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Food Network
10 Seasons, 131 Episodes - Currently Airing
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Restaurant: Impossible Full Episode Guide

  • In this special episode, Chef Robert will count down the top 10 biggest transformations he has experienced - from owners' attitudes to no-longer disgusting decor!

  • Chef Robert Irvine attempts to mend the years' worth of hurt feelings between brothers, help a mother relax and figure out what to do with a noisy arcade.

  • Robert Irvine heads to the Dog and Pony Ale House in Renton, WA, to see if he can help the owner with her issues.

  • Robert Irvine has seen a lot of desperate restaurants, but Zoog's Caveman Cookin' in Port Hadlock, WA, may just be the worst. At just two years old, it's repulsively dirty and the owner has lost his passion.

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