Watch the Top 5 Tough Love Moments on Restaurant: Impossible

by in Shows, December 3rd, 2013

Much of the work Robert Irvine does on Restaurant: Impossible focuses on showing business owners and their employees where they’ve made mistakes in the past and how they can best fix them going forward. To teach those lessons, however, so that the staff will learn once and for all how to avoid similar struggles in the future, Robert is forced to be brutally honest in his assessment of the restaurant’s design, its food and the management skills of its leaders. It’s ultimately for the betterment of the business that Robert shares his tough love in the form of constructive criticism and unhindered remarks about what he’s seeing and tasting at the restaurant.

In the more than six seasons Restaurant: Impossible has aired, Robert’s gone to great lengths in words and actions to prove his point to businesses owners and their staff, holding no bars in his assessment of the good, bad and just plain awful scenes he finds in kitchens and dining rooms. Click the play button on the video above to watch the top-five tough love moments, then tune in to an all-new episode Wednesday at 10pm/9c to watch Robert tackle his latest restaurant mission.

Check out more of Restaurant: Impossible’s top-five video mash-ups and see the dirtiest restaurants, the best sledgehammer moments and the most-unforgettable meltdowns.

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Comments (3)

  1. Avid watcher says:

    Mon and Dad seem to care about money more than their son… Way to set him up to fail parents!!

  2. Michelle says:

    Feel sorry for Mike.. wow, what some bullhead, controlling parents! If I had to deal with that everyday I'd wanna quit! GOOD LUCK MIKE!!!!!

  3. dawn says:

    That mother is horrible stay strong Mike you can do this

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