Robert Irvine, host of Restaurant: Impossible, renovated Zandi's Grill one omelet at a time. But Zandi's Grill flips more than eggs. You can't go wrong with any of their super-sized burgers served on buttery brioche buns or any of their must-have milkshakes. No wonder it's becoming a local hotspot.
Robert and the Restaurant: Impossible team transformed this cartoonish restaurant into a chic and upscale eatery. The new menu now lives and breathes sophisticated Southern cooking. Try their special fried green tomatoes, sizzling catfish or their best in beef tenderloin and rib-eye steak.
Once a Restaurant: Impossible mission for Chef Robert Irvine, The Italian Village now transports customers to a welcoming Italian villa. This family-owned business keeps their dishes simple and easy, from their chicken fingers and chicken Parmigiana to their baked raviolis and Romano pizza.
Ristorante Barolo in the historic Bayview Hotel didn't always stun visitors with its modern decor and fresh Italian menu. As seen on Restaurant: Impossible with Chef Robert, Ristorante Barolo has since streamlined its pasta and pizza menu while keeping its elegant and authentic Italian flavors.
With help from Robert Irvine of Restaurant: Impossible, Stella’s now has a whole line of signature pasta sauces and pizzas. The menu is a combination of new and old, including Italian standbys and a special new one: Robert Irvine’s NY Strip, a pasta with fresh basil and potato puree.