Aspiring restaurateurs will battle it out for a "life-altering investment" when the BBC's latest slice of reality TV, Million Pound Menu, goes on air next month.
Fronted by Fred Sirieix, general manager of Galvin at Windows in London and maitre d' on Channel 4's First Dates, Million Pound Menu is like Dragons' Den for the hospitality industry.
Each week, two different sets of would-be patrons battle it out to secure investment in their dining concept. Each team gets time in an existing restaurant space in Leftbank in Manchester's Spinningfields to demonstrate their vision, business acumen and food and management expertise to a set of potential investors.
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