Red Arrow Studios International format The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes is scoring high ratings in the Netherlands.
The new Dutch adaptation, called Restaurant Misverstand (Where Nobody Is Served), is performing well above the channel’s average, with a share of 13.6% for 25-59 year olds, beating the slot average of 11.9%. Restaurant Misverstand (Where Nobody Is Served) is produced by Concept Street for Talpa TV’s SBS6, and premiered on Monday, August 31.
Distributed worldwide by Red Arrow Studios International, The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes was originally created and produced by CPL Productions, makers of ground-breaking, multi-award winning format Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds, and Motion Content Group. The UK version, overseen by Michelin-starred chef Josh Eggleton, successfully aired on Channel 4 in June 2019.
In this extraordinary social experiment, a group of people all living with dementia, spanning different ages and at various stages of the disease, are tasked with helping run a restaurant led by a successful chef – in the Dutch version, Ron Blaauw.
Over a five-week period, and with a dementia expert on hand to advise, the group takes on all the roles of a busy restaurant, including cooking, taking orders, serving and making drinks.
Red Arrow Studios International has sold the format to a number of countries including the Netherlands and Belgium.
Learn about The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes here.