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Money Jamie Oliver's Australian restaurant chain goes into voluntary administration as one of his Italian eateries closes immediately - and staff say they were given no reason for the sudden closure

04:10  17 april  2018
04:10  17 april  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Jamie Oliver ' s Australian restaurant group has fallen into voluntary administration forcing the closure of the group's Canberra-based restaurant .This comes Weinstein has denied any allegations of non-consensual sex as well as retaliation, saying in a statement through his lawyer that the Times

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has been forced to give up his Australian restaurants after the We thank you for all of your support over the last 4.5 years. From all the staff at Jamie ’s Canberra we bid you a fond farewell. One of Oliver ’ s flagship restaurants closed after falling into administration

Jamie Oliver's Australian restaurant group has fallen into voluntary administration forcing the immediate closure of at least one of its eateries© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jamie Oliver's Australian restaurant group has fallen into voluntary administration forcing the immediate closure of at least one of its eateries Jamie Oliver's Australian restaurant group has fallen into voluntary administration forcing the immediate closure of at least one of its eateries.

This comes just two years after the embattled celebrity chef bought back the Jamie's Italian chain from failed hospitality group the Keystone Group.

The administration has forced the closure of the group's Canberra-based restaurant, with staff given no warning, the Canberra Times reported.

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Jamie Oliver ' s Australian restaurant group has fallen into voluntary administration forcing the closure of the group's Canberra-based restaurant .This comes just two years after the embattled celebrity chef bought back the Jamie 's Italian chain from failed hospitality group the Keystone Group.

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Other Australian restaurants in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide will be taken over by Brisbane-based Hallmark Group.

In a statement via social media the Canberra restaurant said: 'This is pretty sad news for the staff but Jamie's Italian has closed suddenly this morning and it looks like it won't be reopening anytime soon.'

'The remaining restaurants in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Parramatta and Adelaide are to remain open.

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'The Canberra restaurant is the only one in Australia to shut, with no reason given for its closure.'

The news comes only weeks after a chef at one of Jamie Oliver's restaurants was spotted using packet gnocchi - despite claims the Italian establishment makes produce fresh daily.

An eagle-eyed customer dining at his Italian eatery on Pitt Street, Sydney, snapped a photo of a chef preparing to use a packet of ready-made gnocchi.

The popular restaurant, which is owned by the 42-year-old celebrity chef, states on its menu it makes 'fresh pasta, right here every day'.

a man preparing food inside of it: An eagle-eyed customer dining at the eatery on Pitt Street, Sydney, snapped a photo of a chef (pictured) preparing to use a packet of ready-made gnocchi while a slab of frozen ingredients appears to sit close by© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited An eagle-eyed customer dining at the eatery on Pitt Street, Sydney, snapped a photo of a chef (pictured) preparing to use a packet of ready-made gnocchi while a slab of frozen ingredients appears to sit close by a close up of text on a white background: The popular restaurant, which is owned by the 42-year-old celebrity chef, states on its menu it makes 'fresh pasta, right here every day' (pictured)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The popular restaurant, which is owned by the 42-year-old celebrity chef, states on its menu it makes 'fresh pasta, right here every day' (pictured)

Jamie Oliver's world-renowned restaurant chain is facing troubled times after it was revealed the company had cooked up more than $125 million in debts.

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JAMIE Oliver has been forced to close and sell his restaurants in Australia after the celebrity Jamie Oliver goes under Down Under: Chef to sell Australian restaurants as chain collapses. The firm also closed down six of Mr Oliver ’ s Italian eateries – the bulk of his restaurant empire – at the

One of his flagship restaurants closed after falling into administration , and the Jamie ' s Italian division closed outlets in a bid to stem heavy losses. The UK Jamie ' s Italian business was a sea of red ink, and Oliver had "begged landlords of his underperforming restaurants to cut rents in an attempt

The UK chef has been forced to close a number of his under-performing restaurants in Britain as his overseas eateries hang in the balance.

The TV chef's chain, which now has 25 restaurants in the UK and 28 overseas, announced on Friday that they will see twelve of his restaurants close as part of a company restructure.

The firm said: 'We are pleased to have received the overwhelming support from our creditors for our proposal to reshape Jamie's Italian restaurants.'

'We have a strong brand and are focused on continuing to deliver the levels of service, taste and the experience our loyal customers deserve.'

Jamie's Italian has six locations in Sydney, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide and Brisbane.

The chef officially bought back his Australian restaurant portfolio from Keystone Hospitality Group after it was placed into receivership with debts topping $80 million.

'I believe in Australia and I'm invested in it in so many ways. I can't wait to get over there,' the chef told The Daily Telegraph last year.

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