The trainees experience the brilliance of Michelin-starred service.
The trainees must offer a bespoke private dining experience to some very special guests.
The trainees take over service at Michel Roux's own restaurant in their final challenge.
Michel wants his seven protégés to take over lunch service at Laserre.
To test his trainees, Michel sets up their very own pop-up restaurant.
Michel takes his group into the world of five-star hotel service on a holiday weekend.
Fashion student Rhiannon Rowlands goes up against Anne Everitt, who grows her own veg.
This time it is the New Age vegetarian versus the full-blooded lord of the manor.
Two Salford friends go head-to-head with old-fashioned baking versus a gourmet menu.
A kung fu fan's Greek taverna battles with fine dining on a budget. With Nadia Sawalha.
Former holiday rep Karen Bielby goes up against Martin Le Vogeur.
Lynn Robinson's wartime rations go up against Perry Staker’s menu of17th century England.
A menu of local produce goes up against a unique take on Indian food.
Writer Sophie Partridge and auctioneer Paul Arrowsmith go head-to-head in Dartmoor.
Karen Squires' menu of world tastes goes up against Paul Kunzli's sea theme.
Jane McElroy's fine dining goes up against David Waite's upmarket bistro.
Ex-military man John Whale goes up against Kira McLeary's Caribbean Instant Restaurant.
Amateur cooks Debi Backhurst and John Stephens discover if they have what it takes.
A taste of the huge range of food on offer in Beijing and tips on how to order.
It is French chic versus English eccentricity as Mathilde Delville and Paul Hayes compete.
Nicola Coleman dishes up fine dining while Sasha Cappocci prepares a Moroccan feast.
In this edition, a Chinese menu is up against British one with a Malaysian twist.
The amateur cooks cope with power cuts and tackle home-made pasta.
Chaplain Ian Delinger competes against civil servant Judith Burrows' French menu.