My Pop-Up Restaurant
1 Series, 6 Episodes
In the first of five episodes from Essex, three couples compete to lay on the best party for Carol, who's hosting a posh tea party for a group of ladies who lunch
Drama teacher Victoria hosts a wrap party for her school production of Sweeney Todd. But there's a meltdown in the kitchen when equipment failure proves too much for Khaleesha and Perry.
DJ Tony is having a bash for the fifth anniversary of his radio show. He wants retro-themed refreshments with a 70s sparkle and he's not disappointed.
Charlotte is celebrating her 40th birthday at a vineyard and wants to impress her guests with fancy food. Wine buffs Tania and Steve are convinced they have an advantage over the other cooks.
On the final day of the competition in Essex, the couples compete to cater for Tristan and Duncan's engagement party. Who will walk off with the cash prize?
It's the first day and French food-loving Bob is planning a house warming party. Doing the catering are students Jamie and Kathy, laid back cooks Alan and Allison and competitive Charlie and Janie.
On day two, fitness coach Tiffany is celebrating the third anniversary of her fitness studio opening with a jungle-themed party. The cooks struggle with the host's healthy, low-fat brief.
Sangeeta wants the cooks to lay on the food for her annual Murder Mystery event. Killer dishes get served, but there are lamb wars when all the couples cook with the same ingredient.
Hairdresser Lesley swaps the salon for the saloon and arranges an anniversary celebration for her husband. But there's a showdown involving homemade dishes against shop ingredient grub.
It's the last day of the competitive catering competition; who'll win the cash prize? Restaurateur George and his wife Vas hand their kitchen over for a Big Greek Wedding anniversary party.
Sharon's throwing a 1980s themed party to celebrate her 50th birthday. Providing the catering are perfectionists John and Carolyn, spice lovers Rav and Janita and confident Rob and Ana.
At a party with a South East Asian theme, John and Carolyn serve fish to the fish-phobic host, while Rav and Janita struggle with a wobbly main course and a lumpy dessert.
At a Caribbean themed party, Carolyn and Ana both experience dessert malfunctions and Rav tackles Tilapia for the very first time.
At a Working Men's Club party, Rav and Janita fail to agree on how to serve their show-stopping dish, and Rob hopes his special chips will get him back in Ana's good books.
It's the final day of the competitive party-catering competition. Vocal coach Elva sets the cooks their biggest challenge yet when she throws a 'thank you' party for her foodie students.
The first host in Birmingham is entrepreneur Nick who is celebrating his honorary degree. Jim and Muriel, Karren and Adrian, and Chris and Alice need to serve first class Thai cuisine.
After two years of illness, trained chef Sharron is on the mend. To celebrate, she's throwing a party, but the competing cooks are challenged by the dairy, wheat and gluten-free brief.
Sally and Ian are celebrating their third wedding anniversary with a Mexican inspired party. The cooks must serve up food that fits the theme but find themselves under pressure.
Teacher Siobhan is throwing a party for her colleagues to mark the start of a new term. It's a tough brief - the competing cooks must serve school dinners inspired dishes with a twist.
It's the final day of the competition. Les and Julie are celebrating their return home from the Far East and want hearty British dishes from the cooks. Who will walk off with the prize?