Themis Chryssidis and Callum Hann open new Mediterranean restaurant in Adelaide


MasterChef star Callum Hann and Themis Chryssidis have opened their new restaurant Olive in Adelaide, South Australia.

According to The Advertiser, the Mediterranean restaurant officially opens on November 10 on Pirie Street in Adelaide.

The duo’s goal was to transform the pre-existent Sashi Cheliah’s Gaja by Sashi restaurant into a Mediterranean-focused venue catering to families.

Callum Hann
Callum Hann. Photo: Roy VanDerVegt.

Themis, managing director of Sprout Food Group, described the new space as “food you want to share with your friends and family.”

“South Australia has a Mediterranean climate and food culture with our wine regions, alfresco dining and commitment to quality, so it made sense for the food we love to be in the street we love, in the city we love,” Themis said.

Food on offer at Olive. Photo: Roy VanDerVegt.

Hann said Olive’s menu will have “big flavours,” as well as generous share plates with all-day dining.

“We want a casual, relaxed vibe, where good food, good tunes, good drinks and good people all come together,” Callum said.

Source: The Advertiser.




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