Three pub chefs compete in BBC's Great British Menu

By Lesley Foottit

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Great british menu, Cook, Chef, Culinary art

Dominic Chapman: head to head with Josh Eggleton and Emily Watkins
Dominic Chapman: head to head with Josh Eggleton and Emily Watkins
Three pub chefs will battle it out in the south-west heats of the BBC’s Great British Menu this year.

Emily Watkins, co-owner of the Kingham Plough in Oxfordshire; Dominic Chapman, executive chef of the Royal Oak at Paley Street, Berkshire; and Josh Eggleton, chef proprietor of the Pony & Trap in Chew Magna, Bristol will compete against each other. The brief this year is to create a menu to honour the men and women involved in the D-Day landings ar a banquet to be held at St Paul’s Cathedral.

The series starts on Monday 7 April on BBC2 at 7.30pm while the south-west heat to determine which pub chef will represent that region in the finals.

The three will cook each of their best courses in a four-course banquet to be hosted at each of their venues. The dinner will include coffee and petit fours at £100 per head. Eggleton will cook on Tuesday 29 April, Watkins on Wednesday 30 April and Chapman on Wednesday 7 May.

Related topics: Chefs

Related news

Show more