GREAT British Menu viewers were very annoyed with the show's judges slamming them for being too grumpy.
One fan even went as far to say it seemed one judge was "boiling with rage" on the BBC cooking programme.
Chefs have been wowing audiences on national television this week, serving up a number of signature dishes.
The popular cookery show sees some of the UK’s top chefs battle it out to create a dish for the final banquet in the series finale.
Those watching at home, however, have slammed the judges saying they seemed grumpy, especially Tom Kerridge.
Not even chef Mark Aisthorpe's Chucklevision-inspired fish dish could inspire some humour in Tom.
It did bring a smile to viewers' faces, especially when he pulled a "to you, to me" prank on veteran chef Michael O'Hare.
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Michelin chef Tom was least then impressed as he judged the food alongside chef and restaurateur Nisha Katona, and comedian and food podcaster Ed Gamble.
Hairy Bikers' Si King appeared as a guest judge.
"All the judges on #GreatBritishMenu were in a very bad mood today," complained one viewer on Twitter.
Another added: "Ok seriously what was up Tom Kerridge's ass tonight? Even literally congratulating the winner he was clearly boiling w rage? Like, dude, please leave your personal sh1t at the door and be a professional."
A third wrote: "This was such a disappointing performance @ChefTomKerridge I’ve enjoyed #GreatBritishMenu for many years. The judges always seemed to be fair. Not this panel. Well done Luke and Mark. Thank you Andi for remaining measured."
And a fourth wrote: "Surprise surprise! On #GreatBritishMenu Tom Kerridge’s scores were much lower than the other judges! Have noticed he puts down the chef’s dishes consistently, keep a look out next week! Problems with his ego?!"
The show came under intense criticism earlier this week after producers subtitled Mark, who is partially deaf.
Viewers questioned the use of subtitles, insisting they were “patronising and unnecessary” given they could understand Mark without them.
Mark, who has worked with heavyweight chefs Gordon Ramsay and Marcus Wareing, brought plenty of fun to the kitchen.
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