Chloe, a shy and quiet Chinese-Canadian girl, has had her eye on a geeky Caucasian classmate since they were kids. Unfortunately, public school bullies, SAT exams and her crazy Chinese ... See full summary »
I love this show! Here you can see how small, medium and large diners, restaurants, and so on, be built/created from the beginning to the opening.
You will see how difficult and demanding it is to get it done. Everything from money issues (often lack of), technical issues and staff issues are regular parts of the show.
Another thing I like about this show is that it often includes comments from food critics (or similar), both positive and negative, that make it a bit more genuine. You will also notice that "negative" sides, both from the owners, entrepreneurs, staff and investors, are included. It's not like a 30 minute commercial.
Most of the episodes is well made and a joy to watch. The only problem is that the episodes is too short. Projects like this is to big to be cramped into 30 minutes, and therefore I get the feeling that I could have gotten so much more. There would have been no problem to make this a one hour show.
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