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Great British Menu

  • Season 16
  • 29 episodes
  • Food

Summary

Great British Menu is back for another series, presented by Andi Oliver. This year, professional chefs compete for a place at a banquet celebrating British invention and innovation.

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Episode 13: North East, Yorkshire and Humber Starter

Summary

Four chefs, combining a mix of exciting new talent and returning contestants, compete for the North East, Yorkshire and Humber region with canapes, starters and fish dishes inspired by British invention and innovation. After their unique creations have been judged, one of them must leave the competition.
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Review

There’s so much emphasis on ramping up the competitive tension in this series that it’s great to see the chefs get a bit giddy. Even veteran judge Simon Rogan, who comes across as very serious when he’s not making acidic comments, is in fits of laughter when a bee drone that’s supposed to deliver the description of one starter doesn’t get off the ground. 

The chefs are all from the North East and the dishes celebrate achievements including lifeboats, IVF and water purification, while one of the theatrical presentations involves fried eggs served on a shovel, just as steam train drivers used to do. It’s more glamorous than it sounds.

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DirectorDan Davis
Executive producerSarah Eglin
Series editorAntonia Lloyd
Series producerAvril Beaven

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