Great character, good movie, horrible kitchen!
I very much enjoyed watching this. However, having worked in the food service industry and having attended culinary school, it also hard to watch. A few hundred meals are prepped and served during the film, and not once during any of the cooking or talking did ANY of the food handlers wash their hands. The fact that he has 100's of menu items and a small customer base, means the food can't be that fresh. Especially with only 2 cooks. You can't have that many soups on a menu and have them be fresh, which is exactly how a cockroach got into one of his customers servings (he talks about it). Which doesn't matter anyways, cause he admits drowning the food in butter and sugar. I admire this man's energy and personality, but not his food handling. I wish him and his family luck in the new location and hope he refines his menu to optimize his storage/kitchen space, which in turn will keep the kitchen clean and customers happy.
Now for the doc critique. Having also worked in the entertainment industry. How bout clipping that lav mic onto the subjects you're interviewing? Instead of them holding it next to the lens.