The European final will see 18 determined teams cook for gold, as they try to convince the judges that they are the best candidates to be sent through to the Bocuse d'Or Grand Finale in Lyon.
Nine countries will compete on the first day and eight on the second day. But only ten European teams will earn a ticket to participate in the world grand finale, to be held at the Sirha Lyon trade fair on 1 and 2 June, 2021.
Here are the names of all of the European finalists who will be competing:
The Running Order on 15 and 16 October
The UK and Belgium teams have both withdrawn from the competition ahead of the event, due to restrictions surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
The European Selection Culinary Challenge
Each competing team is composed of a candidate, their commis and their coach. They will have two tests and just five hours and thirty five minutes to prepare two themed dishes - one on a plate and one on a platter - which will be presented to a panel of prestigious chef judges to score.
This year's theme on a plate showcases the local Estonian quail, while the theme on a platter will centre around Estonian catfish.
Chef Christian André Pettersen's dreams came true in 2018, as the Norway team stood tall on the winners podium. Who will take to the podium this year?
Check back with us to see all the live action, and discover which teams will be going through to the final round.
Here's a sneak preview of some of this year's competing teams: