Luke Selby has become the first chef to enter the banquet in the latest season of BBC Two's Great British Menu.
The youngest chef in the competition, Selby rose to the top in the London and South East heats of the competition and took no time at all to advance to the next stage. His dish of set cheese custard, confit truffle yolk, barbecued leaves and sweetcorn with meadowsweet, which he named the British Invasion in tribute to the Beatles, will now be cooked in the grand finale at Abbey Road.
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