Let’s zig zag across the culinary globe now, and on to the tacos - three for £6 on the express lunch menu. There clearly seems to be some issue with bread and moisture here, as the tacos themselves are a dry affair. And despite getting three different flavours - pulled pork and pineapple, chicken tikka and mango and lamb tagine and apricot - they all managed to taste exactly the same. They are almost spectacularly bland. No spice or richness to any of the meat. No zip or zing to any of the salsas or sauces. Instantly forgettable.
Restaurant: Impossible never intended to have a Construction Manager on the show. I have to attribute my onscreen role 100% to Robert Irvine. Now remember, I am not an actor nor had I ever been on TV. I am just an Architect/ Designer running a construction company in Northern New Jersey. My role literally grew from Robert’s need for fast and on-the-spot information, and also his need to get the most out of the $10,000 allotted for each show. Robert was tired of asking the designers questions on-camera and them not having all the answers because it was a project that I was handling off-camera. By season two the, “My Builder Tom,” Construction Manager role on the show was in place. Since then we have completed over 60 restaurants together, and I don’t see an end in sight.