Jamie Oliver to launch festive pop-up restaurant

Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts is creating this year’s pop-up restaurant and bar at the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink in Brighton, including festive winter party hampers for groups of ten or more.

Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts is an event catering partnership between Jamie and fresh food expert Nigel Harris.

Jamie Oliver commented: “I’m really excited to be teaming up with Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Ice Rink to add some festive flavour! Fabulous Feasts will be serving up a whole range of gorgeous festive drinks and dishes made from great-quality British produce. With the incredible Royal Pavilion as the venue, it’s going to be a beautiful place to celebrate Christmas and get together with friends and family. Make sure you come and see us and get involved in all the festivities.”

Shella Parkin, managing director of Laine Ltd, who manages the ice rink, said: “We are thrilled to have Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts team on board and aim to offer the best Christmas skating and food experience yet here at the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink.”

Jamie’s vision and inspiration for Fabulous Feasts was to create something fresh and exciting that brings new ideas to the catering world. With delicious food, served by wonderful people in new and interesting ways, Fabulous Feasts is set to become one of the UK’s leading catering companies.

The ice rink is now in its third year and will be open to the public from November 10th to January 20th.

Individual ticket sales will be available from tomorrow, September 20th.


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