Sunday, 30 November 2014

Restaurant Impossible - Flood Tide Restaurant - CLOSED

Restaurant Impossible Flood Tide Restaurant

Episode Recap

Chef Robert Irvine visits the Flood Tide Restaurant in Mystic, Connecticut, a once flourishing local restaurant, the restaurant now has a bad reputation in the local area, largely in part to the owner. Robert witnesses an evening service filled with problems he needs to solve including a filthy kitchen. He cleans up the kitchen and helps the staff to take pride in their work and to help to make them feel like valued staff members. He updates the menu and redecorates the restaurant and works with the staff to help them manage their time better and to operate with limited funds. They renamed the restaurant to The Wood Grill at Flood Tide during filming.

What Happened Next? 

Trip Advisor reviews were mostly good since Robert filmed the episode but Yelp Reviews were mostly bad. The restaurant was taken over by new owners in March 2014. In June 2014, the restaurant was reopened, redecorated and renamed as "Harbour House".

Extra Reading

Flood Tide Yelp Reviews

Flood Tide Trip Advisor Reviews

Restaurant review: The Flood Tide Restaurant in Mystic

After the Flood (Tide): Restaurant gets makeover from Food Network show

Harbour House Website

Inn at Mystic celebrates opening of Harbour House

Recipes Featured on the Episode

Grilled Tuna Nicoise

Duck Sate with Pomegranate Sauce

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