BRIGHTON’S double star baker champion discussed the best gay clubs in the city with Great British Bake Off host Matt Lucas during last night’s episode.
Janusz revealed his favourite gay club in the city after the comedian asked if he would go to Revenge while they discussed his full English pizza.
“This is a Sunday breakfast when you went out on Saturday,” said Janusz.
“Would you go out to Revenge in Brighton?” said Matt.
Janusz replied: “I prefer Legends.”
“I can see that you’ve been there.”
“I’m familiar with the concept,” said Matt.
The episode also saw Janusz scoop his second star baker title after he impressed the judges with his bread making skills.
The bakers were challenged to make a pizza, then a pain au raisin, and finally a smorgastarta bread celebration cake.
The 34-year-old made a full English breakfast pizza-which judge Paul Hollywood said needed to be “more punchy”- before winning the pain au raisin technical.
And his showstopper of a fish and chip smorgastarta won over a sceptical Prue Leith.
Janusz's partner Simon even made a special wrap for the bake with a front page of the show's host Noel Fielding being revealed as Brighton’s sea monster.
Another story on the front page stated: "Exclusive: Matt hosts Brighton sausage (dog) festival 2022."
Janusz and Simon share sausage dog Nigel.
“I think the idea of fish and chips in a sandwich is disgusting,” said Prue before judging Janusz’s creation.
Paul praised Janusz’s bread and said piping curry sauce on the outside of the smorgastarta was “genius”.
“I have to eat my words that’s delicious,” said Prue.
Janusz, who is a personal assistant to a head teacher, won his first star baker title during cake week in episode one.
None of the bakers were sent home this week and they will face Mexican week next.