Everyone loves Jamie's Italian. Or at least that's what we discovered when, back in 2016, we reported that the Jamie Oliver had officially bought back his Australian restaurant chain after its parent company, the Keystone Group, went into receivership. People were ecstatic. Now, after the man, the myth, the legend himself relaunched his six Jamie's Italian restaurants back in March last year, he's throwing us another bone: ten buck pastas.
Both Jamie's Italian restaurants — in the CBD and Parramatta — will offer three signature pasta dishes for only $10, starting January 15 through to the end of the month. In the week of January 15–21 you can choose from Jamie's crab spaghetti, vegetarian tagliatelle bolognese and a next-level ricotta and black pepper ravioli that comes in a lemon sauce. Then, the menu switches, and from January 22–31, a garlicky prawn linguine, octopus ravioli and truffle tagliatelle will be available for a tenner. Pretty lovely jubbly considering some of these dishes are usually priced at up to $32.
The $10 pasta will be available at both lunch and dinner.