Congratulations, 'MasterChef' Fans, You Broke The Q-Train Website

'MasterChef' fans have bombarded the website of the train featured in tonight's challenge.

The Q-Train runs between Drysdale and Queenscliff in Victoria and serves gourmet meals that showcase local produce and wines.

'MasterChef' contestants had to work on their dishes at platforms along the train's route and then plate up their vegetarian masterpieces aboard a kitchen that was a little smaller than what they're used to.

Photo: Network 10.

While the actual challenge was extremely stressful, judges Gary and Matt were having the time of their lives in the dining carriage, sampling dishes like they were characters in an Agatha Christie novel.

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Matt Preston loves a bit of train travel. Photo: Network 10.

Viewers must have gotten a little bit jealous as they watched the judges dine while zooming past the gorgeous Victorian landscape because their fingers got up to some Googling all at once and the poor Q-Train website ran out of steam.

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The website eventually recovered but the crash truly showed the force of the very hungry 'MasterChef' viewership.

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