The finalists of the Wonderful British Menu are battling it out this 7 days for a put at the leading desk to provide up their delicacies at a banquet.

A crew of passionate cooks are dishing up their tasty assortment of starters, fish, mains and desserts across 4 episodes on the BBC 2 programme this week in the hope of an invitation to the banquet on Friday at Alexandra Palace in London.

The theme of this year’s feast is “100 Many years of Great British Broadcasting” following the very first BBC Radio broadcast in 1922.

People judging the culinary choices include Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, restaurateur Nisha Katona and comic and host of food podcast Off Menu, Ed Gamble.

Who is remaining in the kitchen and in which they do the job?

Olivia Barry, representing the South West of England, is from the Adelina Lawn cafe in Bristol. Affected by her Italian heritage, she opened the restaurant with her husband Jamie Randall in 2015.

Spencer Metzger is the London and South East finalist. From Chigwell in Essex, he is head chef at The Ritz in London where by he started out at the age of 15 on work working experience.

Sam Lomas, from Macclesfield, is the North West finalist. He started out with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall at the River Cottage and is now head chef at Glebe Residence in Devon.

Northern Ireland’s finalist is Chris McClurg from County Down. He at this time is effective in Padstow, Cornwall at the cafe Paul Ainsworth at No 6, and has earlier been a contestant on the clearly show.

Luke French is carrying the hopes of the North East and Yorkshire as its finalist. He opened the restaurant Jöro, in Sheffield, with his wife Stacey Sherwood in 2016 offering a Nordic/Japanese affected cuisine. They have considering that expanded their empire to include Konjö in Sheffield and Nama in Liverpool.

Sally Abe from Mansfield in Nottinghamshire is the central region finalist. Chef guide at The Pem Cafe which she opened in the Conrad London Lodge in St James’s, she has formerly worked at The Savoy and Claridges.

Adam Dealing with is Scotland’s finalist hailing from Dundee. He has won Scottish Chef of the Yr and in 2016 began the The Adam Managing Restaurant Team was born opening The Loch and the Tyne in Aged Windsor, Berkshire and the Unattractive Butterfly in St Ives, Cornwall.

Past but not least is Wales’ finalist Nathan Davies, who opened SY23 in Aberystwyth in 2019. Beforehand he has labored at Shakespeare’s World Theatre and as a private chef.

So far his Merlin’s Potion has won the starters round.


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