After a disastrous start to the competition, it was sweet revenge for *Perth *'s MKR "villains" *Chloe James *and *Kelly Ramsay * last night when judge *Manu Feildel *called one of their meals his "favourite dish of the competition".
The controversial duo were cooking off in the ultimate instant restaurant round, where they had to prepare two entrees, main courses and desserts for the judges and remaining teams.
While judges Feildel and *Pete Evans *raved about the pair's first two courses, James and Ramsay's onscreen competition, *Helena *and *Vikki Moursellas *, couldn't wait to get their knives out.
The Victorian twins scored James and Ramsay's restaurant just three out of 10, denying they were scoring strategically.
"We don't need to score strategically, we have a reason - the food was a disaster," Helena said.
But the twins' score was at odds with the judges' scores, with Feildel rating the Perth girls a perfect 10 for their oxtail and bone marrow entree and both judges giving them an eight for their mains.
James told _AAA _that she and Ramsay were not worried about how the other contestants rated their food as they were only interested in impressing the judges.
"The food we cook, we cook for the judges," she said.
With the twins' score bringing down James and Ramsay's overall score to sit them at the bottom of the leaderboard, their future in the smash-hit reality cooking series rests on how the three remaining teams do in their ultimate instant restaurant rounds.
The series will return to Seven/GWN7 after Easter.
'We don't need to score strategically, we have a reason - the food was a disaster.' Helena Moursellas