After a long battle for culinary domination, the Junior MasterChef Australia judges have finally whittled their young contestants down to the final four.
Monday night's Junior MasterChef Australia saw four more contestants leave the competition, with the mass departure intending to soften the blow to the youngsters.
After being set the task of cooking for Sydney's premier restaurant, Flying Fish, the remaining Junior MasterChefs rose to the challenge knowing that only four could make it to the finals.
Nick, Pierre, Lucy and Cassidy (pictured above) were all given the boot, but left with trophies aloft.
Making the cut are 12-year-old Queensland twins, Isabella and Sofia. The two have already decided on the name of their joint restaurant -- Issofia -- and have apparently developed menus and business cards to help build their client base.
Also getting through is one of the youngest contestants, nine-year-old Siena from Victoria, who has established cooking clubs for friends, aspires to open her own patisserie and is said to cook a great steak.
Completing the foursome is the only boy to make it through -- Jack, 12, from Tassie, who discovered his talents while making a croquembouche for a friend's dinner party.
With not long left of the competition, who do you hope will be the first Junior MasterChef Australia?