Toot Toot! All Aboard The 'MasterChef' Express

'MasterChef' is taking the show on the road -- sorry -- tracks, to see if our remaining contestants have got what it takes to prep food in a moving vehicle.

The top eight will be boarding the Q-Train, a restaurant that travels between Drysdale and Queenscliff in Victoria along the historic Bellarine Railway.

The challenge will involve the gang splitting into pairs across different stops on the train's route, jumping on when it arrives and then plating up in the locomotive's tiny kitchen.

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The Q-Train restaurant is known for showcasing beautiful sustainable produce paired with local wines under head chef Nathan Darlington, who's previously worked for Gordon Ramsay.

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So the top eight will be attempting to show off their culinary skills and master the art of balancing their body weight to avoid tripping over in the middle of service.

But the most important thing about a 'MasterChef' challenge set on a train is the fact that we're going to be absolutely bombarded with TRAIN PUNS.

Will the contestants go down the wrong track, run out of steam or keep chugging along towards the finale?  Tune in tonight to find out!

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