Seven makes a Dinner Date with Manu

Seven has announced a new dating series, Dinner Date, to be hosted by French chef Manu Fieldel (My Kitchen Rules, Dancing With The Stars, Ready Steady Cook).

The weekly series will ask a single guy or girl to peruse five dinner menus, choose the three most appealing menus and embark on three blind dates with the successful chefs in their own home.

The series appears to be based on the ITV format of the same name.

“I can’t think of a better way to get to know someone than over dinner,” says Fieldel.

“Either way, they’ll enjoy some wonderful food and have a lot of fun.

“And you just never know where you can find love these days.”

No word on an airdate yet or whether the show will feature both gay and straight couples.


  1. Dorothyittlewood

    Channel 10 What a stuff up first Pete Everret and now Manu. Even master chef this year was not the same standard. The judges are to working on there alto ego. MakesMatt look humble.

  2. Manu Is it going to come to Melbourne if so,I have a young daughter in her 40’s single I think you would love to cook at her townhouse,one of my friends sons is Franc Gillardeau a french Chef.
    It would be great to have the both of you to cook together

  3. Love Manu, so am glad to see he will remain on our screens for a while. Seven cast their reality shows really well, so as long as they get the casting right it should be fine. Sounds like a Saturday or Sunday night, 6.30 slot kinda show. However, I do wonder about over-exposure for Manu. If he does this and it is successful, I don’t think he should do MKR as well, otherwise he will be over exposed.

  4. I don’t mean to bring up my gayness all the time, but I don’t really like dating shows because there’s not going to be any gays involved and unfortunately, I don’t think there will be for a long long time.

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