Jamie Oliver to make a delicious comeback

Jamie Oliver to make a delicious comeback



Four years after his restaurants went into administration, the chef is back at a brand new spot.

After four years away from the UK restaurant scene, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is gearing up for a triumphant return with his new venture, Jamie Oliver Catherine Street. This new restaurant will open its doors in Covent Garden this November, promising a fresh take on pub grub that pays homage to Jamie's roots.

Jamie Oliver Catherine Street, housed within a Grade I-listed building, is poised to be an "independent, produce-focused restaurant" with a seating capacity of 130 indoors and an additional 30 on the charming terrace. 

While Jamie gained fame for his Italian cuisine, the menu at Jamie Oliver Catherine Street is set to take a different path. Chris Shail, who has an impressive eight-year history of collaboration with Oliver, will be taking the reins as head chef. Alongside him, Emma Jackson, known for her work at prestigious establishments like Soho Farmhouse and Petersham Nurseries, will be leading the pastry department. Together, they will craft a menu showcasing Jamie's signature dishes and introduce exciting new creations.

Jamie's return to the UK restaurant scene has generated excitement and curiosity. And this comeback holds special significance for the chef as well. "Losing my UK restaurants was, without doubt, one of the hardest times of my life. But being a positive part of the restaurant industry is very close to my heart," he said. This new venture serves as an opportunity to weave his culinary magic once again which is not just about good food, it's about a celebration of British cuisine and a fresh take on classic flavours.

Jamie is back in action, ready to create another culinary chapter in his illustrious career. So if you're looking for a spot that offers a taste of his culinary heritage with a modern twist, you know just the place to be.

GO: Visit www.jamieolivercatherinestreet.com for more information.