World-famous British chef Jamie Oliver is expanding his restaurant empire with the opening of Jamie’s Deli in Hong Kong’s busy Tsim Sha Tsui district.
Following on the heels of the franchise’s successes at their four other locations – England, Norway, Germany and France – this is the first branch to open in Asia.
But this isn’t the celebrity chef’s first foray into Hong Kong by any stretch. He’s already got two casual-dining Jamie’s Kitchen eateries up and running in the bustling Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui neighbourhoods.
The focus for Jamie’s Deli, though, is to deliver fresh healthy food that’s guilt-free and easy. Foodies can expect deli classics like salads, artisanal pizzas, sandwiches and pastries that you can enjoy at the restaurant, or just grab and go.
Chef and owner Jamie Oliver says, “Jamie’s Deli is all about good, rustic food that’s always fresh and responsibly sourced, served fast.”