Lounge review: Jamie’s Pizzeria and Jamie’s Italian, Delhi
Excellent pizzas with an artisanal feel, and crowd-pleasing food using good, fresh produce
With the 50-seater Jamie’s Pizzeria and the 140-seater Jamie’s Italian opening in quick succession, the National Capital Region becomes the first Indian home of the Oliver brand. Both restaurants are homely and inviting, with wood and leather interiors, chalkboard announcers, large open kitchens and Jamie’s merchandise—cookbooks, branded napkins, porcelain oven dishes and wooden planks—on sale. While the decor and serving platters are similar, the Pizzeria is smaller, with a lovely Delhi-Gurgaon mural on a wall, and the Italian is spacious, with a long bar and a number of open kitchen stations, including a fresh pasta-making station. Prices differ, with the Italian being a tad more expensive than the Pizzeria for common items off the menus. The Pizzeria menu is also smaller.