Jamie’s Italian: Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant Enterprise Comeback
World famous Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, “Jamie’s Italian” is hot, hot, hot! Even though poor Jamie has had a few rough years since closing 22 of his UK restaurants in 2019, Jamie’s Italian has been holding strong.
Here’s what you’ll learn from reading this guide:
Inside Jamie’s Italian Restaurant
A mish-mash of Italian cuisine and British comfort food, Jamie’s Italian is a reflection of Jamie Oliver’s eclectic cooking style. British-born, Jamie grew up on the Amalfi Coast of Southern Italy, where he was inspired by Italian chefs and cuisines.
His restaurant Jamie’s Italian, holds true to his Italian upbringing, while not straying too far away from his British roots.
Walking through the front doors of Jamie’s Italian, you will find yourself stepping into the past, as a 1950’s diner meshes with an Italian Bistro. Stark black and white checkered accent flooring and red vinyl bar stools pop against the wood features and stainless steel kitchen.
Behind the counter, a fully stocked bar awaits, and of course, an espresso machine is available for your evening pick-me-up. Inspired by Italian butcher shops, dried meats and fresh spices can be found hanging from the ceiling. A unique flare to an otherwise common decor.
Bar stools, booths, and round and rectangular tables combine to create a homey atmosphere, staying true to Jamie’s eclectic style.
Jamie Oliver’s upbringing, passion for people’s health, and fusion cooking style is notable on the menu at Jamie’s Italian. Staying true to his brand, Jamie makes sure to incorporate sustainable, free-range and locally sourced meat and fish products when possible.
A personal Jamie Oliver flare, that you may not see at other restaurants. Of course, you will find classic Italian dishes on the menu, such as tomato bruschetta, casarecce carbonara and Margherita pizza. But for those looking for a Jamie Oliver twist, try “The Jamie’s Italian Burger”.
A juicy prime Irish beef patty, topped with fontal cheese, crispy onions, tomato salsa, mayo, pickles and chillies. Your mouth will be watering at this tantalising combination and twist on well-known comfort food.
Certainly, Jamie wouldn’t be recognising his British roots without a classic Fish and Chips, with a good old side of mushy peas. This may be a surprise to find on the menu, as one would assume they are dining at an “Italian” restaurant. Though as we know, Jamie has never been known to stay within the box.
What’s Next for Jamie Oliver?
With the popularity of Jamie’s Italian, Jamie Oliver is now launching his second restaurant “Chequer Lane” in downtown Dublin. This new restaurant will focus on the very best of Irish cuisine. A promising bounce back for Jamie Oliver’s struggling restaurant enterprise.
Location & Info
The Jamie Oliver’s Italian Dundrum is located at Dundrum Town Centre and opens at 12:30pm.
|Address||Unit 1, Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Dublin 16|
|Contact Details||(01) 298 0600|
The reviews for Jamie Oliver’s Italian Dundrum are good. It’s one of the best restaurants in the area. Some customers complain about the service, but find the food to be delicious.
FAQs about Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant
▷ What is the phone number for Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant?
The phone number for Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant Dundrum is (01) 298 0600.
▷ Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant: How do I book a table?
You find their Table Booking “Book a Table” option on their website. The Booking is powered by resdiary and is pretty straightforward.
▷ Does Jamie Oliver’s Restaurant offer takeout?
Yes, this option was available on deliveroo last time we checked.