Series 1 - Episode 6

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The range of cuisine is diverse and the three couples have had very different journeys to make it as restaurateurs.

The first couple are Angela and Julia, who run The Peak Restaurant in Snowdonia. Angela has cooked for the stars, including Madonna and Nigella Lawson, and is oozing confidence, but will Julia, her front-of-house partner, be able to deliver on the night?

Then, from Sevenoaks come the husband-and-wife team that run Gavin Greggs. Gregg may not have any Michelin stars, but he is self-assured, while wife Lucinda is a natural with the diners.

The third couple are Barrington and Eleanor from Discovery Bay in Huddersfield. Barrington saved up for 20 years for his own place and is keen to impress not just Marco but every diner with his Caribbean fare. But Marco has doubts about young Eleanor – will her lack of experience let them down?

All of their menus are based around three main course ingredients chosen by Marco, tonight being halibut, duck and sirloin steak. But with only four hours to prepare, and one hour and forty-five minutes for service, each couple will have to show tremendous skill to impress Marco and win the last place in the grand finale.

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    Marco settles on a challenging selection of food to put three more semi-finalist couples through their paces.

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Comments (9)

  • tiggerspal1

    almost 2 years ago

    tiggerspal1

    Why do the adverts run perfectly but the progammed stalls every few seconds

  • Fire700

    almost 2 years ago

    Fire700

    yet again C5 I could only see adverts after the first 15 ,ins or so, please sort this out.

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  • Gaby

    almost 2 years ago

    Gaby

    Totally boring and a bad copy of other cook TV shows

  • Patricia

    almost 2 years ago

    Patricia

    Unfair tonight, so he got all his food out, but he had cooked it all prior to service. Not fair MPW

  • Patricia

    almost 2 years ago

    Patricia

    I think tonight's show was unfair, the chef he took through cooked all his food prior to service, how awful was that, the diners said the food was cold etc. Not good MPW.

  • Monica

    almost 2 years ago

    Monica

    I can't understand why he is holding a knive all the time. I think is totally stupid! Is just promoting knives in the negative way. It is about cooking and not about knives. I stopped washing the programe!!

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  • Denis

    almost 2 years ago

    Denis

    I've watched for the first time tonight and didn't enjoy it at all. I'm not sure what Marco Pierre White is trying to do or who he's trying to be? Walking around with a knife, being arrogant and mean to people in the kitchen creating even more stress which is not needed, you can feel the customers stressed and I'm sure it's mainly because of all the unnecessary pressure in the kitchen from him. Put anyone with that kind of comments and walking around with a knife and you can be sure the blood pressure will rise and people will not be able to give their 100% and deliver. As a Chef (and supposedly a leader) he should know better but I guess in a tv show he's trying to impress, but not sure who he's trying to impress? Not me, that's for sure! I used to like him in other tv programs and I'm not sure who he's trying to be in this serie but certainly the first and last time I watch this show! Get him back to who he was before, he was a lot better! And definitely tell him to drop off the knife! Scary to watch somebody in a kitchen show with a knife walking around and almost threatening them! It is NOT needed, what kind of message are you sending?

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