Jamie's Italian offering for Greenwich
Tastes of Italy will be complemented with a naval twist when Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain arrives in Greenwich.
Set to open in April, within the site of the former Bar Du Musee, Jamie's Italian promises traditional fare symptomatic of what 'ordinary people eat all over Italy'.
But the decor will remain true to Greenwich's nautical roots, featuring tables made out of reclaimed materials and specially-designed wall tiles.
Guests will be able to enjoy their meals from morning until night in a restaurant centred around Jamie's antipasti bar, crammed full of cured meats, while watching chefs at work within the open kitchen.
A spokesperson for the restaurant chain said visitors to the Nelson Road restaurant can expect rustic dishes made "without fuss and using the most beautiful, fresh ingredients."
Although if relaxing on the sofa with a tasty plate after a hard day has greater appeal, diners will be able to pick up meals prepared by Jamie's chefs ready to re-heat at home.
Fresh meats, cheese and pasta will also be on offer at the Deli At Jamie's Italian deli, the first of its kind in the capital.