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Great British Menu judges 2021: Who’s on the show this year?

GREAT British Menu is back on our screens TONIGHT (May 18) at 7pm on BBC Two.

Fans will be relieved to see the return of many familiar faces on the show.

Who are the Great British Menu judges?

Rachel Khoo

There is one new face in this year's judging panel, and that's Rachel Khoo.

She said of her new role: "I am delighted to be taking on the role of judge at the Great British Menu!

"We have some extraordinary chefs in the UK and the programme does a great job of showcasing that homegrown talent.

"I’m so proud to be part of the series and I can’t wait for viewers to see what’s in store.”

She is a chef who appeared on BBC's Little Paris Kitchen.

She's also written numerous books and is editor-in-chief of Khoollect, a lifestyle magazine.

Oliver Peyton

Oliver Peyton is a restaurateur who founded Peyton and Byrne.

Has was awarded an OBE for services to the hospitality industry and part of that work has included authoring two cookbooks.

He's been a judge on Great British Menu since the show began in 2006.

Matthew Fort

Matthew Fort is a food writer and critic, having begun his food writing career in 1989.

He's authored of several books on food and was previously Food and Drink editor at The Guardian.

Over his career he's been awarded Glenfiddich Food Writer of the Year, Glenfiddich Restaurant writer of the Year, and The Restaurateurs Association Food Writer of the Year.

On screen, he's also appeared in Good Food's Market Kitchen.

Who is presenting Great British Menu 2021?

Andi Oliver

Fan will be pleased to see that Andi Oliver is reprising her role as presenter.

Andi is a restaurateur and food broadcaster, having also presented and judged on Neneh & Andi Dish It Up, ITV’s Food Glorious Food and Radio 4's The Kitchen Cabinet.

What time is Great British Menu on TV tonight?

Great British Menu returns TONIGHT (May 18) at 7pm.

It will air on BBC Two and will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

Watch the trailer for series 16 of Great British Menu

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