COME Dine With Me viewers were left fuming over a 'wasteful' stunt from a host.
Wednesdays episode of the Channel 4 show saw three restaurants in London compete for the cash prize.
One was Touch of Greek, and after presenting their three course meal, they decided to put on some entertainment.
And typically, it was traditional Greek music, dancing and the owner smashing plates.
However, Come Dine With Me viewers were not impressed by the dish smashing, with one writing on Twitter: "Oh here we go with the stereotypical plate smashing and bouzouki music #ComeDineWithMe."
Another added: "Seems a waste no matter how cheap they are. Some charities would appreciate them."
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A third agreed, writing: "What a waste of crockery #ComeDineWithMe."
While a fellow viewer tweeted: "Bet they didn’t buy those plates from John Lewis #comedinewithme."
Someone defended the restaurant, saying: "To be fair there not proper/ normal plates there cheap thin special made for smashing then sent back to be recycled to make more plates for smashing , that much I do know."
However, the other two restaurants loved Touch of Greek and they ended up winning the episode with an impressive 35 points.
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Second was Orange Buffalo with 32 points and third was Rapsa with 27.
Earlier in the week, three restaurants in Liverpool competed for the prize.
However, some viewers felt the best restaurant had missed out on winning due to 'tactical' voting from one of their rivals.
Come Dine With Me: The Professionals airs weekdays at 5pm on Channel 4.
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