Albert Roux has met with the six trainee chefs form the Scottish Borders, ahead of the final of the Border Union Bicentenary Roux Apprentice Award.
Six trainee chefs from the Scottish Borders, who are taking part in a cookery competition, are being judged by one of the world's most celebrated chefs.
Albert Roux OBE, is judging the final of the Border Union Bicentenary Roux Apprentice Award, where chefs are competing for a six-month placement and a £6000 bursary.
Albert Roux and his brother Michel set up their own restaurant in London in 1967 and fifteen years later they were awarded with the highest accolade in cooking- three Michelin stars.
Their restaurant was the first in Britain to gain three stars.