What time is Great British Menu 2021 on TV tonight?

THE long-awaited sixteenth season of Great British Menu is back on our TV screens.

Chefs hailing from eight different regions of the UK will battle it out in a contest of culinary prowess cooking meals from a set brief in an attempt to win the grand title of Great British Menu 2021 champion.

What time is Great British Menu on TV tonight?

The show continues at 8pm tonight on BBC Two. 

This year’s theme for the banquet-based competition is innovation, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Sir Timothy Berners Lee’s creation of the world wide web.

Who are the Great British Menu 2021 chefs?

The full list of all the contestants has been announced with a few names you may recognise from previous seasons, competing alongside new chefs in a bid to win. 

Here’s a list of this year’s chefs from each region:


Roberta Hall-McCarron 

Amy Elles

Stuart Ralston

Scott Smith

London & South East

Kim Ratcharoen 

Oli Marlow 

Tony Parkin 

Ben Murphy 

Central Region

Sabrina Gidda 

Shannon Johnson 

Stuart Collins

Liam Dillon 

South West

Jude Kereama

Elly Wentworth

Nick Beardshaw 

Nat Tallents

North West

Kirk Haworth 

Dan McGeorge 

Dave Critchley 

Ashwani Rangta 

North East

Alex Bond 

Ruth Hansom

Tom Spencely

Gareth Bartram 


Hywel Griffith

Nathan Davies

Ali Borer

Chris Cleghorn 

Northern Ireland

Paul Cunningham 

Gemma Austin 

Phelim O'Hagan 

Andy Scollick 

Who are the series 16 judges?

The judges for the regional and national finals for the competition will remain the same, with Oliver Peyton OBE and Matthew Fort back to judge each dish. 

One rather substantial difference this year is the addition of cookbook writer and broadcaster Rachel Khoo joining the panel. 

Each week the panel will also feature a guest fourth judge with ties to the brief of innovation, so look forward to meeting some great inventors and innovators of our time.

Who is presenting the show?

The current presenter of Great British Menu is award-winning TV chef, Andi Oliver. 

Previously acting as a judge for the show since 2017, Oliver has taken over from her predecessor Susan Calman, with her first appearance in the new role during the Christmas 2020 special series. 

Oliver will be at helm guiding the chefs each week. 

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