This aspirational format breaks down the barriers of disability and prepares a group of people with a range of disabilities or long-term conditions, for their dream of a career in the hospitality business.
In the UK version, Michel Roux Jr, the world class chef and host of this critically acclaimed format, mentors a group of young people with disabilities through training and work placements, as they strive to break into the industry and secure full-time employment.
It’s a feel-good show that celebrates people's abilities, challenges perceptions and aims to transform lives.
The UK transmission version of the series was titled Kitchen Impossible With Michel Roux Jr.
A local version of the format made for NET5 in the Netherlands, has aired two successful series to date, entitled Kitchen Impossible.
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“Charming and funny, with an important message at its core (“no-one is unemployable”),Kitchen Impossible shines a light on those who are all too often excluded.” – Evening Standard
“It is totally different to any cooking show you’ve seen. It’s a celebration of humanity, and there are moments that will move you to tears.” – Daily Mail Weekend
“Kitchen Impossible doesn’t aim to create a winner but simply to advance the participants’ self-esteem…” – Radio Time