YOUNG chefs demonstrated their amazing skills in cooking under pressure during West Cheshire College’s first ever Hell’s Kitchen competition.
Based on Gordon Ramsay’s popular TV programme, the student chefs were split into two teams to see which one could create the best meal for a restaurant full of paying guests.
And to add to the tension, video links were set up between the college’s Bridge Bistro and the kitchens so diners could watch while their meals were prepared.
Chef tutor Julie Hinde said: “As soon as catering students join us we put them into a realistic environment and as their courses progress, so does the responsibility they take on.
“Hell’s Kitchen gave us a chance to add just a little more pressure to the cooking environment.
“Feedback from the diners was excellent and we are really pleased with the way they met the challenge.”
The Bridge Bistro, on the college’s Chester Campus, opens to the public on Tuesday to Friday evenings each week during term time.
To find out more about special events at the Bridge Bistro or to book a table, call 01244 670641.