Gordon Ramsay is set to name his Next Level Chef champion – but who's in the running for the title and when is it on TV?
Here's all you need to know about the cooking contest's finale.
When is the Next Level Chef final on TV?
Next Level Chef's season one final airs tonight at 9pm on ITV1.
The series has run for eight episodes and this is its first time on air in the UK – it has also aired a version in the US.
Who are the finalists?
There are three contestants in the running for the title of Next Level Chef - Ronan Lee, Jade Greenhalgh and Callum Deboys.
At the beginning of the competition, there were 12 chefs taking part, with people eliminated each week as the rounds progressed.
Contestants were a mix of keen home cooks and professional chefs, all competing together.
What will happen in the final?
Gordon Ramsay and his fellow hosts and judges Paul Ainsworth and Nyesha Arrington will be looking for a winner to bag £100,000 as well as a money-can't-buy year of mentoring from all three of them.
As usual, the episode will see the finalists compete across the three-storey kitchen, with the latest in culinary equipment available on the top floor and the absolute basics needed to prepare a meal in the basement – meaning contestants' skills will be tested in every environment.
In the finale, each of them will race against the clock to create a stunning three-course meal in just 90 minutes.
— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) March 2, 2023
Each cook must present a starter, main and dessert, but it is left up to them to decide how they want to divide their time and the efforts they will put into each dish.
Ramsay is known for his high standards, but as all three judges have mentored the cooks throughout the series, they'll be rooting for them all to do well.
Next Level Chef's final airs tonight, 2 March, at 9pm on ITV1.