We are very excited about Jamie Oliver’s newest restaurant, Union Jacks which opened earlier this month at Central St Giles Piazza in London’s West End. Jamie has got together with award-winning American chef, Chris Bianco, to create a new concept where ‘wood-fired flatbreads meet great British flavours’.
One of those great British flavours is Farrington’s MELLOW YELLOW cold pressed rapeseed oil, which is being drizzled over the new flatbreads. Chefs at Union Jacks are enthusiastic about MELLOW YELLOW as it is not only British and tastes delicious but is also performing so well.
Nearly all of the ingredients for the toppings are unabashedly local and celebrate the wonderful growers, farmers and winemakers we have in this country. With enticing combinations such as roast shoulder of old spot pork, quince & Bramley sauce with Cropwell Bishop Stilton, crackling & watercress, we think Jamie is on to a winner.
A new site for a second Union Jacks has already been announced on Cheswick High Street.