|Top Chef Canada|
|No. of contestants||11|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of episodes||8|
|Original network||Food Network|
|Original release||April 8 –|
May 28, 2018
The sixth season of the Canadian reality competition show Top Chef Canada was broadcast on Food Network in Canada. It is the Canadian spin-off of Bravo's hit show Top Chef. The program takes place in Toronto, and is hosted by Eden Grinshpan. Season six features 11 young chefs considered to be the next generation of culinary stars.
11 chefs competed in season 6. Contestants are listed in the order they were eliminated.
^Note 1: The winner received immunity, which could be used at any time in the next four rounds.
^Note 2: Ross used his immunity to save himself and Mark from elimination
^Note 3: Nathan and Felix were brought back in the fourth episode; because the team with Nathan won the challenge, he was able to stay in the competition
^Note 4: Feeling dissatisfied with his level of cooking throughout the competition and struggling mentally, Nathan withdrew from the competition
|Title||Original air date|
|60||1||"The Next Wave"||April 8, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge: A four-part "culinary skills" challenge led by Mark McEwan.
Elimination challenge: The chefs must create a dish inspired by a signature dish from one of four guest chefs and judges. The four chefs were McEwan (Bymark Burger), Susur Lee (Curry Roasted Chicken), Rob Feenie (Sake & Maple-Cured Sablefish, Braised Oxtail, Ginger and Soy Cream), and Anne Yarymowich (Montreal classic Tourtière).
|61||2||"What Came First…The Chicken or the Immunity?"||April 15, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge: Each chef was given the same ingredients and 40 minutes to make a dish with as little food waste as possible. The winner would get the season's only immunity, to be used at any point in the successive four episodes.
Elimination challenge: The chefs were assigned a dish inspired by one of Canada's major farm exports: dairy, egg, vegetable, fruit or grain.
|62||3||"Qué Rico"||April 22, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge: The chefs are tasked with combining two food trends (one ingredient and one presentation style) to create a new dish.
Elimination challenge: Three-course Mexican meal, based on one of four regions of Mexico. Each course will be prepared by three of the chefs.
|63||4||"Restaurant Wars!"||April 29, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge: Each chef had to teach a culinary student how to make their signature dish without being able to see the student's progress.
Elimination challenge: "Restaurant Wars", where the chefs are split into teams and must run a successful "restaurant". Two of the three eliminated chefs are picked to round out each team, with the winning team member able to re-enter the competition.
|64||5||"Double Overtime"||May 6, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge: Each chef randomly selects two spices and must make a dessert.
Elimination challenge: At an ice hockey arena, the chefs are paired together based on the "iconic" Canadian food they had randomly chosen: pork, beef, lobster and salmon. Each pair must make "stadium food".
|65||6||"That’s a Whole Lotta Dough!"||May 13, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge: Fried chicken and a side.
Elimination challenge: Pizza inspired by a randomly chosen country
|66||7||"Wine of the Tiger"||May 20, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge: Vegan French cuisine
|67||8||"Finale Four Ways"||May 27, 2018|
Quickfire Challenge (double elimination): Recreate a dish that had failed in a previous round and improve it.
Final Challenge: A five-course meal putting the chef's "personality on a plate"