Brooklyn chef Sebastian Royo joins the 20-contestant field of Season 11 for “Hell’s Kitchen,” celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s reality television cooking series. The roster, announced February 27, includes 10 female and 10 male chefs from across the United States.
Reappearing on Fox TV on March 12, the popular program opens its eleventh season with a signature dish competition, filmed before a live audience in Las Vegas.
Who is “Hell’s Kitchen” contestant Sebastian Royo?
Residing in Brooklyn, New York, but originally from Mexico, 32-year-old Royo works as a sous chef. The “Hell’s Kitchen” Season 11 contestant’s signature dish is Sea Bass “Sea Farce,” a fish dish more familiarly known as Salmon and Shrimp Corn Dogs.
Airing Tuesdays, starting March 12 at 8 p.m. ET, “Hell’s Kitchen” Season 11 is themed “Get Out,” quoting one of Ramsay’s often spurted exclamations from every season of the show. Royo faces 19 other contestant cooks, battling it out for a prime head chef position under Executive Chef Jeremy Berlin at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace.