Most of us are familiar with Jamie Oliver from his frequent television appearances; some of us are huge fans of his. His emergence in the Singapore with the opening of the casual Italian restaurant, Jamie’s Italian in VivoCity, has brought ardent fans streaming in, also attracting food lovers from all over.
After spending a month in a Western country (Melbourne), I’ve fallen deeply in love with the café culture, breakfast and brunch affairs, and chiefly, fresh ingredients modestly cooked and allowed to shine. Since coming back to Asia, I’ve been yearning to experience that brilliance and passion in food, which I later found in Jamie’s Italian’s new breakfast menu.
Jamie’s Italian VivoCity opens its doors early every Saturday and Sunday, serving up a range of breakfast items from 9.30am to 11.30am.