MasterChef Australia Hong Knog Week

MasterChef Australia Hong Knog Week

Across four flavourful episodes, MasterChef Australia will showcase Hong Kong’s diverse culinary scene from its world-renowned street eats right through to Michelin star dining.

On Sunday, the contestants will kick off with a quintessentially Hong Kong mystery box packed with classic Cantonese flavours and ingredients, cooked against the breathtaking backdrop of Victoria Harbour at Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District.

In the second challenge on Monday, three lucky contestants will have the opportunity for a private masterclass with celebrated Michelin-starred chef, Vicky Cheng, of revered restaurant VEA. The contestants will be vying for immunity as they attempt to replicate one of Vicky’s exquisite dishes at the foot of the 34-metre-tall Big Buddha statue, opposite the Po Lin Monastery, one of Hong Kong’s most sacred Buddhist sanctums.

On Tuesday, the cooks will see how the local legends do it, experiencing the hustle and bustle of authentic dai pai dongs, or open-air street vendors, as they cook in teams for crowds of discerning diners on Stanley Street, Central.

Our top seven will then round out the week back in the MasterChef Australia kitchen with a Hong Kong-inspired lucky dip challenge with the best dish winning its maker immunity from Sunday’s elimination challenge.

7:30pm Sunday – Wednesday on 10.


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