Great British Menu fans all have the same complaint about guest judge as they demand she's BANNED from show

Great British Menu fans all had the same complaint about the guest judge as they demand she's BANNED from show.

Wednesday's instalment of the BBC Two programme saw the three remaining chefs from the Scottish heats battle it out for a place in the regional finals.


Adam Handling, Calum Montgomery and Stuart Ralston had to impress veteran Richard Corrigan with their mains.

They then had to cook up a storm for guest judge Great British Menu 2019 winner Lorna McNee for their desserts.

However viewers of the show thought that she was a little harsh with her critique at times.

One tweeted: "#GreatBritishMenu Please don't have Lorna judging again. Miserable and sharp.

A second said: "She's a f***ing misery. Has nothing good to say. #greatbritishmenu."

A third added: "Does lorna ever smile? Or stop whinging?"

"Lorna getting pretentious now, a fourth added.

Meanwhile others were happy to see her back on their screens.

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A fifth said: "Lorna, yay."

Another chimed in: "Lorna! 🤩."

Lorna gave her critique and scored Calum a six, Stuart a seven, and Adam an eight.

At the end of the episode it was Calum who was voted off the show.

However, on Tuesday, some fans thought that it was Richard Corrigan who was being too harsh.

Many thought ht was being "far too critical" and "harsh" with his feedback.

The Irish chef was not impressed by a number of dishes and served out some very low scores when it came to judging the dishes.

One wrote: "I don't like the judge tonight, too arrogant and negative comments. #greatbritishmenu"

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