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Lucas Oakeley

Editorial Assistant

Lucas is Foodism's Editorial Assistant. He enjoys piña coladas, getting caught in the rain, and regularly eating his body weight in cured meat. He must be stopped. 

Lucas Oakeley's articles

Don't miss: 14 things to eat, drink and do in London this weekend: 7-9 June

Searching for fun things to do in London this weekend? Click for 14 of the best pop ups, places and plans to book ASAP on foodism.co.uk

16 restaurants and takeaways bringing a taste of the Caribbean to London

Live the laid-back Caribbean dream right here in London at one of these island-inspired restaurants

Don't miss: 11 things to eat, drink and do in London this weekend: 31 May-2 June

Because is there anything you'd rather do than go to a pizza festival and try out the new breakfast menu at Dishoom?

The best burgers in London hit list: 20 patties to try in your lifetime

From Honest Burgers to Shake Shack, Patty & Bun to Bleecker, London is full of prime patties and pillowy buns. Here is Foodism's guide to the best burgers in London - get ordering.

Your ultimate guide to Covent Garden: 20 best places to eat and drink

Covent Garden is a hub of noteworthy restaurants and bustling cafes – Flat Iron, Balthazar and Barrafina, to name just a few. Scroll Foodism’s top 20 picks

Why the sandwich is London's hottest food trend

The art of putting fillings between bread is experiencing a deserved renaissance courtesy of the creativity of delis and restaurants across the capital. We find out what’s behind the momentous rise of the sandwich

Applications are now open for the Le Cordon Bleu Julia Child Scholarship for 2019

The Julia Child Scholarship is all about offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity (worth more than £40,000) to the most passionate food and cooking enthusiast living in the UK

What to eat, drink and do in London this weekend: 17-19 May

Make the most of your weekend with this wonderful guide to what to eat, drink and do in the capital

Hungry? Try the best ramens in London

Ramen is one of Japan's many great culinary gifts to London. To help you navigate the veritable soup of options out there, we've written this guide to the must-visit locations in the city where you can get your fill of hearty broths and pitch-perfect noodles

Mortimer House Kitchen, Fitzrovia: restaurant review

A "lean back and relax" ambience, attentive service and simply excellent food are all par for the course on a visit to Mortimer House Kitchen – a restaurant that's Fitzrovia through and through

What to eat, drink and do in London: second weekend of May

Make the most of your weekend with this wonderful guide to what to eat, drink and do in the capital

Terra Rossa, Islington: restaurant review

The homely cuisine of Puglia is given time to shine at Terra Rossa – the latest addition to Upper Street's growing arsenal of worthy restaurants

London's best tasting menus at every price point

Forget all about difficult dish decision making with these top tasting menu where you can wine and dine on the very best that London's chefs have to offer at a range of different price points

What to eat, drink and do in London: first weekend of May

Make the most of your weekend with this wonderful guide to what to eat, drink and do in the capital

'Black Sesame' wins the Winterbotham Darby Food Film Shorts 2019

The evocative and enticing film, by Jennifer Davick, won the prestigious award, in association with Foodism and Pink Lady®

Where to eat and drink with a view in London

These are some of the best places in the capital to enjoy stunning scenery, lively ambience and remember exactly why you pay so much damn rent to live here

What to eat, drink and do in London: final weekend of April

Make the most of your weekend with this wonderful guide to what to eat, drink and do in the capital

What to eat, drink and do in London: third weekend of April

Make the most of your weekend with this wonderful guide to what to eat, drink and do in the capital

Imperial Treasure, St James's: restaurant review

As the latest culinary addition to St James's scenic Waterloo Place, Imperial Treasure is a serious Chinese restaurant with a serious reputation to live up to

20 of London's most outrageously indulgent dishes

London's restaurants and street-food vendors know how to go all out when it comes to outrageously indulgent dishes. Want to get stuck in? Get your chops round this lot