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The renowned “Jamie’s Italian” restaurant chain by British chef Jamie Oliver is soon set to welcome diners in Serbia, with the latest addition located in Hercegovačka Street within Belgrade Waterfront.

The announcement was made on the official website of the famed chain, known for its Italian and Mediterranean delicacies.

“I’m so proud of our restaurants. Our incredible team is like a big family – they’ll take care of you as you dive into a world of simple, yet delicious food made from top-quality ingredients. Great food, superior quality, beautiful ambiance”, Oliver’s statement reads on the official website.

In addition to Serbia, the “Jamie’s Italian” chain has establishments in Ireland, Brazil, Portugal, Hungary, Cyprus, India, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE.

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Jamie Oliver, 48, stands as one of the most recognised and successful chefs globally, also known as a restaurateur and media personality. He rose to worldwide fame in 1999 with the BBC series “The Naked Chef”. He has authored over 20 books, selling more than 45 million copies worldwide.

A staunch advocate for healthy eating, Oliver has led campaigns to improve school meals in both the UK and the US. He has also established numerous charitable foundations.

Photo: © Umami Communications DMCC/jamieolivergroup

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