Jamie Oliver’s Australian restaurants enter into voluntary administration
Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurants in Australia have entered into voluntary administration.
With a total of six Jamie Oliver Italian restaurants across the country, five have been sold to the Hallmark Group, owner of Irish bar, Finn McCools.
The other restaurant, Jamie’s Italian in Canberra, closed its door for business Monday 16 April 2018.
The voluntary administration comes after Jamie Oliver’s United Kingdom business announced in January 2018 that nearly half of its UK Jamie Italian restaurants would close.
In 2017, the Jamie Oliver Group acquired the six Jamie’s Italian restaurants in Australia from the Keystone Group after it went into receivership. After the acquisition, Jame Oliver visited Australia to relaunch the restaurants.
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