Great British Menu
The Great British Menu is to move to
prime time on BBC Two.
Great British Menu is a brilliant
celebration of the best talent in the UK food scene.
The programme will mark the 50th
anniversary of the last time The Beatles played live together
and celebrate Britainís continuing success as a world player in
Great British Menu is back on BBC
Two this spring putting the nationís most talented chefs to the
test. With a brand new format and slot on peak television, the
series will see 24 chefs from across Britainís regions compete
to serve their dish at the final banquet at the famous Abbey
Road Studios, just one exceptional chef will once again be
crowned champion of champions.
Produced and filmed in The
Midlands, the series recognises the best of British with
renowned chefs from every corner of the country, each looking to
impress our judges with a unique take on the theme. With a new
format, two mid-week hour-long episodes will see chefs present
their dishes to the formidable veteran judges who represent the
biggest names in the UK restaurant scene, including Tom Aikens,
Angela Hartnett, Paul Ainsworth, and Daniel Clifford.
The week will conclude with a 30
minute regional final each Friday where just two chefs will need
to convince the judges that their dishes deserve a spot in the
national finals and - if they are impressive enough - to be
served up at Abbey Road Studios.