Kevin Dalgleish, chef-patron of Amuse in Aberdeen, will be returning to screens on Tuesday, February 13 for his second TV appearance on Great British Menu.
Kevin will be representing Scotland in the nineteenth season of the BBC cooking show, alongside a line-up of exceptional Scottish culinary talent. Kevin’s rivals include; Calum Montgomery, chef-patron at Edinbane Lodge on the Isle of Skye; Ajay Kumar, chef-patron of Swadish by Ajay Kumar, and David Millar, executive chef at Jupiter Artland.
Kevin Dalgleish says: “Starring on Great British Menu last year was one of the highlights of my career, so when I was asked to compete again this year, I jumped at the chance. I’ve been a huge fan of the programme ever since it first aired, and it has been such a joy to compete against such a seriously talented group of Scottish chefs. The support I received from customers, locals, and the general public last year was astonishing, and I’m really looking forward to everyone at home watching my journey on the show for the second time around.
“This year’s brief was The Olympic and Paralympics, which was so much fun to play around with, and tie into Scottish sporting history. I’m looking forward to people seeing my creative interpretation of the theme through dishes that showcase Scotland’s natural larder.”
The first episode of the Scottish regional heat is set to air on Tuesday, February 13, at 8pm on BBC Two and iPlayer.