Aramark Opens Jamie Oliver’s Deli

The restaurant resides inside a JP Morgan bank in Dublin.

December 21, 2018

DUBLIN, Ireland – Aramark has opened its first Jamie Oliver restaurant at a JP Morgan bank in Dublin, The reports.
Jamie Oliver’s Deli is part of the celebrity chef’s exclusive, 10-year partnership with Aramark to enhance food concepts and delivery across workplaces in Northern Europe, including the United Kingdom and Ireland. Aramark will also be able to introduce social dining experiences to client sites, as well as to develop exclusive concepts for Aramark clients.
Jamie Oliver’s Deli serves healthy and balanced meals made from sustainably sourced ingredients, such as signature Jamie sandwiches, soups, DIY porridge and salad bars, hand-stretched pizzas and grab-in-go options.
“Our mission is to deliver experiences that enrich and nourish lives, and we are delighted to open our first client restaurant in partnership with Jamie Oliver Group here in Dublin,” said 2018-19 NACS Chairman Frank Gleeson, who serves as president of Aramark Northern Europe. “Aramark has been leading culinary innovation within our industry, both with our bespoke offerings and in developing partnerships with chefs like Jamie Oliver. We are bringing healthy, nutritious dining experiences to our clients and driving productivity and health in workplaces throughout Northern Europe.”
The partnership between Aramark and Oliver gives Aramark a chance to give clients access to the chef’s current and future concepts, such as Jamie’s Deli, Jamie’s Diner, Jamie’s Italian and Jamie’s Pizzeria.
“We’re thrilled to see this new Jamie Oliver location come to life as our first dedicated concept to open as part of the Aramark partnership, said Jon Knight, CEO of the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group. “With this new site, we’re achieving Jamie’s goal of bringing wholesome, nutritious and delicious food to hard-working people and transforming the way they can eat in the workplace.”