Jamie Oliver Has Revealed HUGE Plans For Australia!
Jamie Oliver is set to buy six Jamie Italian restaurants back off a liquidator after their parent company Keystone Hospitality group went bust.
Jamie’s Italian restaurants in Adelaide, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Parramatta and in Pitt Street in Sydney’s CBD were part of the $100 million restaurants and bars in the Keystone Hospitality Group, which collapsed in June.
It was originally thought the businesses had been sold to Dixon Hospitality Group but staff at the business were told today that Oliver is the new owner.
“This will be a really exciting moment for me personally, and I know the guys will be ecstatic to be back in-house,” Oliver told The Australian.
“It will allow us to invest even more time and money in people and restaurants, celebrate great Aussie produce and be even more creative.”
Oliver is said to have bought the business to safeguard his reputation.
Keystone employed 1200 staff in 17 businesses when it collapsed.