Oakley told PBN: "My inspiration was to create something unique, summery & tropical tasting."
The jerk-spiced burger - dubbed 'Gaz's Kickin' Caribbean Vurger' - is topped with coconut bacon, fried plantain, and mango ketchup.
The pro chef says the result is 'a great blend of sweetness, spice & also soft & crispy textures'.
The burger's official launch date is June 30.
Oakley will be at the restaurant from noon - and says he would 'really love to meet' his viewers.
He added that this collaboration is a forerunner for when he opens his own restaurant, a plan he will officially announce when he hits one million YouTube subscribers.
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