The finalists must produce an authentic three-course menu to be tested by a restaurant full of owners Jay and Uttam's toughest critics - their loyal regulars. Will an Indian variation of fish and chips delight or dismay?
The tandoor skill test puts chefs immediately under pressure to produce an authentic tandoori chicken. Can Bindi's infectious enthusiasm and years of home cooking fit into a professional kitchen?
The next three candidates must identify the correct three nuts to make an authentic korma. Will Kuldeep's celebrity chef training be enough to demonstrate now is his time to shine?
Alex continues on her mission to help restaurants hire desperately needed head chefs. The first three candidates are put through a skill test; Who can identify the fish and then make the right choice for starters?
The final challenge is a tough one - to produce a three-course wedding menu to be tested by a restaurant full of Sam's family and friends. It's all hands on deck if the hungry diners are going to be fed.
The candidates are faced with cooking fish in a wood-fired oven and all three chefs struggle with the heat. Portuguese fisherwoman Celia impresses with her cuttlefish stew but is her roasted octopus a step too far?
The next three candidates are put through the gruelling hands-on interview process. After failing to impress with a soggy starter, Barry hopes to impress with a daring main course of hare and rainbow pasta.
Alex continues her mission to help restaurants hire desperately needed head chefs. First off, the candidates are given the local but little-used ingredient of spider crab to test their ability with tricky seafood.
The finalists' challenge is to produce a three-course menu embracing local ingredients for a restaurant full of regular diners. With the promise of a head chef position on offer, the tension in the kitchen is high.
The final three candidates are faced with wild boar for their skills test. Matt proves to be prepared, but is his food too fancy for a gastropub? There's only one place left in the final, and the pressure is on.
The first test is about local ingredients, and the chefs are presented with the little-used ingredient of kid meat. Competition is intense, as only one chef will be selected to go through to the final interview.
The first three candidates are put through a gruelling hands-on interview process to become the new head chef at the Miners Arms. A local rack of lamb immediately puts their butchery skills under scrutiny.
The finalists' challenge is to produce three courses for a restaurant full of discerning diners. They will also have to manage a brigade of chefs, testing not only their cooking skills but their ability to run a kitchen.
There is only one place left in the final, and the pressure is on for the final three candidates. Ben is on a mission to impress with his theatrical creations, while Simon has to convince them he really wants the job.
The next three candidates are tested on their butchery skills. Italian chef Michael surprises the family with his unusual approach. But will it be enough to beat Hrishikesh's 'east meets west' fusion cuisine?
Alex Polizzi takes on the difficult challenge of finding Head Chefs for restaurants that desperately need to fill a vacancy. Nine candidates will be put through a rigorous interview process, but only one can get the job.
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