Restaurants on the Edge is the latest food show coming to Netflix. In a gist, this new restaurant renovation show is Restaurant: Impossible meets Love It or List It vibes, with the drawing card being restaurants at incredible locations around the world.
Watch three smiley hosts as they travel to breathtaking locations in far-flung places around Europe, Asia and Latin America, to rescue struggling restaurateurs from the brink of bankruptcy.
The show is headlined by celebrity chef Dennis Prescott, joined by producer-chef Nick Liberato and Vancouver-based interior designer Karin Bohn.
The featured restaurants are literally on the edge - financially and physically, and through the magic of television, are transformed to unleash their true potential. It's a familiar TV formula, but as with its predecessors, this travel-food-renovation-makeover combo may just prove to be difficult to resist.
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