Nadiya Hussain and Fred Sirieix visit Leeds in BBC Two's Remarkable Places to Eat
Nadiya Hussain and Fred Sirieix will visit Leeds in tonight's episode of BBC Two's Remarkable Places to Eat.
The First Dates presenter will be joined by Nadiya as they head on a food tour around Yorkshire.
The Bake Off star, who lived in Harehills for many years, takes the Frenchman to eat samosas in Leeds, crab in Saltburn-by-the-Sea and for a Fat Rascals at Betty's in Harrogate.
One hilarious trailer for the episode, shows Fred dunking his scone into his cup of tea in the famous tearoom.
A horrified Nadiya says: "What are you doing? That's hideous.
"Why would you do that?
"We don't do that up here."
The show description reads: "Fred Sirieix is heading to Yorkshire in the company of Britain’s queen of baking, Nadiya Hussain. Nadiya loves Yorkshire and believes the food scene is one of the UK's most varied due to its spectacular natural landscapes that each tell a different culinary story.
"She is in fact married to a Yorkshireman and lived in Leeds for nearly ten years, so she is the perfect guide.
"Fred is in for a real treat, from incredible bakes to authentic Indian eats, world-class cheese and the freshest crab. Nadiya is on a mission to prove that when it comes to food, Yorkshire has it all."
Previous seasons of the show have seen Fred visit Vienna, Marrakesh and Bristol with Michael Roux.
The show airs at 8pm on BBC Two on Tuesday, March 30.