Guess who is visiting Australia again? It is Rachel Khoo, the British-born, French trained patisserie chef. Khoo is known for her cooking and travel shows like the “Little Paris Kitchen” and “Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook.” She will join judges Pete Evans, Manu Feildel and Colin Fassnidge to tour the country for “My Kitchen Rules” (MKR) instant restaurant rounds. She looks forward to appreciating the efforts made by the contestants as well as critiquing their work when needed.

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“Coming back to film MKR was a great opportunity to see different parts of Australia because previously I’d only been to Melbourne and Sydney, and with MKR I got to travel around Australia,” she explained to The West Australian.

“Having the opportunity to see and taste how people cook at home is something I don’t get to experience very often so being a judge on MKR is the perfect way to experience some Australian home cooking,” she said. reports that Khoo caught the “My Kitchen Rules” buzz when she filmed the Melbourne edition of her program “Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook.” “There was a real buzz about [MKR] and I couldn’t really believe they wanted me on the show,” she told

While she will only appear on four episodes of the famous cooking show, she is eager to encourage the contestants to take her feedback and improve their cooking skills. While talking about her temperament with “Sunrise,” Khoo admitted that she is pretty chilled out. “I always think that if something goes wrong, you can fix it. It is not the end of the world. I don’t really explode you know. I am pretty chilled out in that sense.”

According to “My Kitchen Rules” judge Fieldel and guest judge Colin Fassnidge, Khoo’s experience and knowledge makes Channel 7’s MKR even better, reveals The West Australian. Khoo will join Fassnidge on MKR on February 22 to judge the round 3 of instant restaurants.