“We are proud to offer Jamie Oliver to Norway and Norway to Jamie Oliver," says the airport's commercial director, Torgeir Kjos Sørensen.
"The menu is composed by Oliver himself, which is a world renowned stamp of quality – not just in Norway."
According to airport operator, Avinor, the concept of Jamie’s Deli springs from the idea of gathering around the table for a hearty meal – typical of Italian culture.
And Italian food hasn't been forgotten on its menu as salads, antipasti and home-made pizza are among its offerings alongside more traditional deli fare such as freshly baked bread, pastries, breakfast items and classic Italian coffee.
“We will be serving rustic dishes in a modern, yet informal environment," says Morten Solberg-Nilsen, managing director of outlet operator, Select Service Partner (SSP).
"All dishes will be made from fresh, seasonal ingredients that are most importantly sustainable."
Also opening at the airport today is a new Ritazza, so more good news for coffee lovers.
“This café has specialised in barista coffee in the travel market and is well-known with many travellers,” adds Solberg-Nilsen.