Gordon's Great Escape
1 Series, 3 Episodes
The search for the nation's best local restaurant begins with the two Italian finalists going head to head. Meanwhile Gordon faces Katie Price in the celebrity food challenge.
Two Indian restaurants go head to head in the nationwide search for The F Word's Best Local Restaurant, while comedian Lenny Henry takes part in the Recipe Challenge.
Gordon heads for Paris to learn all about the dying art of croissant making, and Kelly Brook takes Gordon on in the Recipe Challenge with her stuffed Greek peppers.
Two Chinese restaurants go head to head under Gordon's watchful eye: Chop Chop from Edinburgh and Sweet Mandarin from Manchester. And Gordon hunts for crab in the Thames.
Simply Thai from Teddington and Yum Yum from London prepare a mouth-watering three course meal under Gordon's watchful eye, hoping to wow the F Word diners.
Gordon searches Britain for two brilliant Spanish restaurants to cook in the F Word restaurant. He also travels to Spain looking for the extraordinary food delicacy goose barnacles.
The Best Local Restaurant competition continues as Discover Bay from Huddersfield goes head to head with Santa Maria del Sur from London in the final of the Americas category.
The Pheasant from Cambridgeshire and The Swan from Kent battle it out in the F Word kitchen, and Gordon travels to the home of Father Christmas to cook some reindeer meat.
A Greek and Moroccan restaurant battle it out in the kitchen. Gordon uncovers the secrets of Greek cuisine. And Janet Street-Porter explores one of Morocco's greatest delicacies.
It's the first semi final as Sweet Mandarin from Manchester, Lasan from Birmingham, and Argentinian restaurant Santa Maria Del Sur battle it out for a place in the Best Local Restaurant final.
The Pheasant, Simply Thai and Greek restaurant Retsina battle it out for a place in the Best Local Restaurant final.
The search for the Best Local Restaurant climaxes as the finalists cook rare-breed beef, pork and chicken provided by Janet Street-Porter for a room packed with food writers