As "Top Chef: Las Vegas" heads closer to the final elimination round, it's beginning to look like a Voltaggio brothers showdown.
On Wednesday night's episode, Michael Voltaggio, 30, chef de cuisine at The Dining Room, Langham Huntington Hotel & Spa in Los Angeles, won the elimination round, tying him with his older brother, Bryan Voltaggio, 33, of Urbana, Md., who is chef and partner of Volt Restaurant in downtown Frederick, Md., for wins.
Both Michael and Bryan have won three elimination rounds, but the younger Voltaggio is the only one to have won a quickfire challenge.
Guest judge for this week's episode, titled "Strip Around the World," was Nigella Lawson, TV chef and cookbook author.
For the quickfire competition, cheftestants had to serve both Lawson and "Top Chef" judge Padma Lakshmi breakfast in bed to represent the room service at the hotels Las Vegas' Strip is known for.