One of everyone’s favourite British chefs, Jamie Oliver launched a new diner-style restaurant in Budapest. Technically, you cannot dine in yet, but all foods are available at Jamie’s Italian at Buda Castle or for delivery through Wolt. Keywords: “classic American comfort food with some Jamie twist.”

Jamie Oliver brought a new restaurant to Budapest: Jamie Oliver’s Diner, hvg reports. The menu is centred around American cuisine and its delicacies.

Jamie Oliver already has two locations in Budapest: an Italian restaurant at Buda castle and a Pizzeria at Gozsdu. As a third endeavour, he came up with a diner, concentrating on classic American dishes like hamburgers, but with a healthy twist.

When asked about his inspiration for the place, Jamie said:

“I wanted to create a diner menu full of tasty, classic American dishes that also go against all stereotypes of said dishes.”

The menu is full of delicious, classic diner food, like fries, hamburgers, nachos, BBQ and cheesecake, but with great food values and ethics at its heart. According to their website:

“All our ingredients are sustainable and as local as we can make them. There are plenty of gorgeous healthy dishes, as well as some more indulgent ones that I have tried to keep in check. Whatever you choose, every dish is guaranteed to make you smile.”

Although a physical diner has not been opened yet, you can already try out your top picks from Jamie’s diner delivered to your door with Wolt, or you can taste some of the dishes from the blackboard specials at Jamie Oliver’s Italian in the Buda Castle. However, Jamie Oliver does plan to open up a place sometime in the future.

“Born out of Jamie’s love for classic American comfort food. Available for delivery only or on the blackboard offers at Jamie Oliver’s Italian in the Buda Castle.”

Featured image: https://hu.jamieoliversdiner.com

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Source: www.hvg.hu; https://hu.jamieoliversdiner.com

7 comments
  1. The Jamie Oliver restaurants outside of the UK are just franchises, Jamie Oliver restaurants in name only. His UK empire collapsed in May 2019 and 22 of his 25 restaurants had to close.

  2. Totally correct – Paulus.
    Not the type of long term investment that would interest me.
    Not a fan of franchise operations, that do appear greatly “stacked” in favour of the controlling company.
    The brand name Jamie Oliver – credit he must be given, raised in Clavering, Essex, no real early life of a “silver spoon” in his mouth upbringing but his brand name, may have “passed him by”.
    Not a reputation for a “cheap eats” venue, but time will tell and may I be proven wrong, for parties that have made this “high risk” investment, in these Difficult and Challenging times we live.
    Stay Safe & Well – ALL.

  3. In a conservative state, Jamie has a chance, unlike being taxed to death in a Libtard state where the governments wants to act like a Franciser and not understandingly give any chance of growth. Good for you Jamie, all the best in Budapest! Hopefully you’ll expand to other V4 states too!

  4. In a conservative state, Jamie has a chance, unlike being taxed to death in a Lib-tard state where the governments wants to act like a Francizer and not understandingly give any chance of growth. Good for you Jamie, all the best in Budapest! Hopefully you’ll expand to other V4 states too!

  5. #Gary: his parents, Trevor and Sally Oliver were (and are) quite well to do, owning 2 successful businesses. So successful in fact that I believe they bought Jamie his first house, a converted mews property in Clerkenwell which was bought for an at that time, an eye watering sum of £500,000. His father also had lots of contacts which gave Jamie his early chances in Carluccios etc, so in some ways he did have a ‘silver spoon’ – a career leg up and an expensive house in a very trendy part of London are more than most people get from their parents.

  6. #Vedo: which bit of ‘franchises’ don’t you understand? The Jamie Oliver restaurants in Budapest are not his restaurants, they pay his company to use the the name.

  7. Paulus,
    Thank-You for your explanation.
    I was of the opinion, parents had the pub – The Cricketers” in Essex, and Jamie bought the “change of life style” to them as his reputation grew as a chief and restaurateur.
    Laurence Isaacson – Entrepreneur, Restaurateur, who was Co Chairman of
    L` Escargot in Soho, London, his up bringing to what he achieved in his life, was from humble beginnings, and totally dissimilar to that you explained of Jamie Oliver.
    He was in fact my flat mate in Ridgmount Gardens WC1 for (3) three years 1971 – 1974 and remained a dear trusted friend till his sad passing in 2018.
    Stay Safe & Well.

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