Jamie Oliver to expand restaurant franchise in India

21 September 2021 by
Jamie Oliver to expand restaurant franchise in India

Jamie Oliver's international restaurant business is continuing to expand in India, with four openings lined up for this year.

The Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group and franchise partner Dolomite will launch the four Jamie Oliver's Pizzeria sites in locations including Hyderabad, Chandigarh, and the Viviana Mall in Thane.

It will bring the total number of sites trading under Oliver's name in India to 15.

The Jamie Oliver's Pizzeria brand serves a menu ranging from a traditional Neapolitan to a Paneer Kadhai topped with spicy paneer, hot and sour peppers, and crispy ginger.

Ed Lofus, restaurant group director for the Jamie Oliver Group, said: "Our incredible pizzas and versatile menu offers something for everyone, and we are delighted that diners across India have responded so brilliantly. Dolomite is a fantastic partner and India continues to be a key growth market for us, with plans for further openings next year and beyond already well under way."

The first Jamie Oliver's Pizzeria opened in India in 2015 and Dolomite currently operates 11 sites across the country, including two Jamie's Italian restaurants in Delhi and several pizzerias in Delhi and Mumbai.

Oliver has continued to grow his international business since the high-profile collapse of his UK restaurant arm in 2019. There are now more than 60 international franchise sites under the chef's name trading across six continents.

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