Bristol chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias showing off his skills in Great British Menu
Bristol Michelin starred chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias has been showing off his skills on television show Great British Menu.
The chef, who is usually found in the kitchen at Casamia in Westbury-on-Trym alongside his brother Jonray, is competing alongside two other south west chefs this week in the regional heat of the competition.
Great British Menu will see 24 of the country’s finest chefs battle for the chance to cook a dish at a special banquet being held at The Royal Albert Hall.
The BBC show is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day with the chefs being encouraged to come up with dishes that not only taste good but have a sense of humour.
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Peter is competing against Cornishman and fellow Michelin star chef Chris Eden and Emily Watkins in the regional heat of the competition.
They are being judged by Tom Kerridge, a chef with two Michelin stars, who will decide which two chefs make it through to the judging panel on Friday.
The two highest scoring chefs by the end of the week will cook their entire menu again for Great British Menu judges Prue Leith, Matthew Fort and Oliver Peyton.
Peter started the competition by creating a dish called Picnic.
Casamia was the first Bristol restaurant to win a coveted star since Harveys, which closed in 2001.
The restaurant was originally opened in 1999 by Paco and Susan Sanchez-Iglesias and for seven years was a traditional neighbourhood Italian restaurant. But after taking over in 2006, their sons transformed it into one of the most innovative restaurants in the country. It was named as the best restaurant in the UK in 2010 in a television show hosted by Gordon Ramsay.