The TV cameras won't be focused on them this time but former MasterChef contestants will be using their skills to feed Sydneysiders while helping raise funds for charity.
A pop-up restaurant will be constructed in the forecourt of St Mary's Cathedral in the CBD where celebrity chefs including Kylie Kwong and Justin North will also lend a hand to help the OzHarvest food rescue service.
The public will be able to book seats in the two-storey, purpose-built restaurant and enjoy dishes from MasterChef alumni including Julie Goodwin and Marion Grasby.
MasterChef Dining will be a joint venture between the Ten Network and MasterChef production company Shine 360.
"The many fans of MasterChef Australia will be able to come and experience the dishes they've watched being created, and engage with the contestants and the chefs they have enjoyed seeing in the program," said Ten's national sales manager Kylie Rogers in a statement.
"The forecourt of St Mary's Cathedral will be an amazing backdrop for this," Shine's Petrina Baker said in the statement."It's set to be an incredible dining experience for foodies and fans alike."
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