Great British Menu 2019: The finalists

The climax of BBC Two’s Great British Menu saw the final four chefs cook at a banquet at Abbey Road studios in north London, with Lorna McNee crowned the winner for her dessert of ‘Limes and Sunshine – There’s Enough For Everyone’.

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The series finale of the fourteenth instalment of BBC Two’s Great British Menu 2019 took place on Friday 17 May.

The series saw 24 chefs, representing different parts of the UK, reduced to eight in the final week, before four chefs were selected to each cook a course at the banquet.

Luke Selby, Tom Angelsea, Adam Reid and Lorna McNee were chosen by the judges to cook the starter, fish course, main course and dessert respectively, with Lorna McNee winning best dish at the banquet.

The four chefs had the opportunity to cook for some of the most renowned names in the music industry at London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios at the banquet marking 50 years since The Beatles’ last performance.

Guests included Rag N Bone Man, The Stone Roses’ Gary ‘Mani’ Mounfield, Rizzle Kicks, and former Joy Division and New Order member Peter Hook.

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