GREAT British Menu continues with its 16th series TONIGHT (May 7).
Viewers can tune in at 8.30pm to meet the four Scottish chefs set to battle it out this week on the cooking competition.
Who are the Great British Menu chefs?
The Great British Menu sees 32 chefs from across the country compete and present dishes that showcase the best of their culinary skill.
From each region there will be four chefs competing.
The Central chefs have been put to the test, and Stuart Collins was crowned champions.
This week, starting on March 31, the four Scottish chefs will be put to the test.
Stuart is 37 years old and from Staffordshire.
He's worked with big names in the food business, from Gordon Ramsay to Michael Caines and Gary Rhodes.
Clearly a fan of travel, he's cooked in London, New York, Newton Abbot, Cheshire, and Qatar.
In 2017 he opened his own restaurant, Docket No 33 in Shropshire.
Last year it became Michelin recommended and earned itself a Michelin plate.
The BBC are yet to reveal details on those competing in this region, but we do know who most of them are.
Roberta is chef and owner of The Little Chartroom in Edinburgh.
Scott is the chef and owner at Fhior, based in Edinburgh.
He opened it with his wife, Laura.
Stuart is head chef at Aizle at The Kimpton and Noto.
He's worked with Gordon Ramsay.
- Kim Ratcharoen, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London
- Oli Marlow, Roganic and Aulis, London and Hong Kong
- Tony Parkin, Tony Parkin at the Tudor Room, Surrey
- Ben Murphy, Launceston Place, London
- Alex Bond, Alchemilla, Nottingham
- Ruth Hansom, the Princess of Shoreditch, London
- Tom Spenceley, Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs, London
- Gareth Bartram, Winteringham Fields, North Lincolnshire
- Kirk Haworth, Plates, London
- Dan McGeorge, Rothay Manor, Lake District
- Dave Critchley, Lu Ban, Liverpool
- Ashwani Rangta, Gupshup, Altrincham, Greater Manchester
- Paul Cunningham, Brunel's, Newcastle, Northern Ireland
- Gemma Austin, Alexander's, Holywood
- Phelim O'Hagan, Brown Bonds Hill, Londonderry
- Andy Scollick, the Boat House, Bangor
- Jude Kereama, Kota and Kota Kai, Porthleven, Cornwall
- Elly Wentworth, the Angel, Dartmouth
- Nick Beardshaw, Kerridge's Bar & Grill, London
- Nat Tallents, the Box, Plymouth
- Hywel Griffith, Beach House, the Gower
- Nathan Davies, SY23, Aberystwyth
- Ali Borer, the Nutbourne, London
- Chris Cleghorn, the Olive Tree, Bath
What time is Great British Menu on TV tonight?
Great British Menu begins at 8.30pm on BBC Two.
This will be the show's 16th series and it kicked off on March 24.
Episodes can be caught up on at BBC iPlayer.
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