Watch the Top Emotional Reveals on Restaurant: Impossible

by in Shows, November 13th, 2013


When Robert Irvine visits a business on Restaurant: Impossible, he’s not merely knocking down walls, cleaning kitchens and revamping menus; he’s giving restaurant owners as well as their management and employees the tools they need to improve their business practices and ultimately providing them with the opportunity to guarantee future success. For some owners, Robert’s visit is a last-ditch effort to rescue their restaurants from certain failure. The idea that he has the power to improve all aspects of their business in just two quick days fully comes to life when they first lay eyes on their new restaurants, and it soon becomes too much for them to bear, forcing them to break down and become emotional at the reveal.

While nearly all of the owners are pleased with the refreshed look of their new establishment, many are brought to tears by it — not just because of the changes in decor but because of the positive and necessary opportunities these updates will bring as well. Click the play button on the video above to relive the top-five most emotional reveals ever featured on Restaurant: Impossible, then tune in tonight at 10pm/9c to watch an all-new episode.

Want to see more top-five video mash-ups of the best moments of Restaurant: Impossible? Check out the dirtiest restaurants, plus owner arguments and meltdowns.

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  1. Joi says:

    I absolutely love Restaurant Impossible, Robert dispenses "tough love" that these mom and pop restaurants needed so desperately, I cry with them and rejoice with them when they open their eyes and see their future!!!

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