The two losing teams from last night's Zumbo challenge face off in a service challenge that will have them run off their feet trying to serve 120 guests in under two hours.
The remaining chefs will be divided into the same line-ups and same captains as the previous challenge, which causes smiles for some and disappointment for others.
'This service is going to be more hectic than usual. Why...because today everything is going to be cooked to order and I will be running the kitchen.' - Marco
Marco puts the pressure on Sarah and asks her if she is feeling confident about her dessert.
With service beginning, Cameron is on his own when tries to get a crack on the two boxes of broad beans that should have been prepared during prep time.
Marco packs on the heat and uses his repetitive technique to get through to the Chefs and keep the frantic tempo in the kitchen.
Still reaping the rewards from last night’s challenge, the Brown team get to put on their critics hat and share their thoughts about the Red and Green team dishes with Matt Preston.
Kiah spent all of his prep time for his souffles helping his team with entrees and mains and as the dessert orders pile in from Marco, Kiah is starting to feel the heat.
After a brutal service, the judges decide that the Red Team have pulled it all together and are the challenge winners for the evening.
There's not a dry eye in the kitchen when the judges make the tough decision to say goodbye to Kiah.
Having survived week 1 of MasterChef Professionals, the contestants are happy to hear the great news that no one will be going home from today's challenge.
He's back! Zumbo is ready to bring on a challenge that would make any Professional shake in their boots; a Zumbo wedding cake.
Zumbo describes the contents of his 11-layer wedding cake that would have most pastry chefs breaking out a sweat.
Tracey the Captain from the Red Team has used too much of the allotted chocolate for her layer and now the team find themselves short for other aspects of the recipe.
Luke has discovered that fragments of his spatula have broken off into his layer while preparing the caramel.
It looks like Tracey is having a bad day in the kitchen as she accidently takes the caramel anglaise too far and it curdles. After some serious whizzing, she's managed to put it back together.
The Red Team discover that a sheet of acetate backing has been left on the tempered chocolate layer inside the already assembled cake.
The judges decide that the Brown Team reproduced Zumbo's wedding cake the best. This now means that the Red and Green Teams will have to face off in the next Elimination Challenge.
In this challenge, the Professionals will be taking a timeless classic and re-inventing it.
The knife block will dictate the weekly theme with this week's being 'Takeaway Classics.'
Akuc is asked to select the knife of her choice and she happens to choose Fish and Chips.
'What I expect is 3-star Fish and Chips.' - Marco
'I have never made Fish and Chips, so how am I going to reinvent fish and chips?' - Akuc.
Matt manages to knock Rhett down a notch and make him really consider just reproducing something off his menu.
Coop finds himself in a pickle when he finds that his mousse is not working for him and must go to plan B.
Marco gives Chrissie some one-on-one time and tries to remind her to stand firm and to be proud of what she has achieved.
With Akuc and Chrissie in the bottom two, the judges unfortunately decide that it's Chrissie's time to say goodbye to the competition.