Jamie Oliver closing three restaurants

Jamie Oliver is closing three of his four Union Jacks restaurants, due to the “challenging climate”.

The celebrity chef made the decision to close the restaurants in Chiswick, Holborn and Winchester, leaving the Covent Garden piazza Union Jacks open.

A recoded message on the phone line of the Holborn restaurant apologises for any inconvenience, telling callers: “The Jamie Oliver Group has made the decision to close its Union Jacks restaurants in Chiswick, Holborn and Winchester. After a full review it was concluded that these businesses were no longer sustainable in the current challenging climate.

“All of our amazing staff have been fully consulted and we very much hope that we can transfer them to other restaurants within the group.”

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  • brilliant restaurant at Gatwick! arriving specially early to enjoy!

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