Olivier moved to England in 1996, and although he visits France he is more than happy to be in this country, where he has worked as a head chef since 1998 and took over The French Pantry, in Ludlow, with his wife, Lynette, in March 2020.
"I won't be able to watch the game, although it will be on upstairs and I will be working," said Olivier.
"We are not a footbally place and our clients don't tend to be either, although I am sure some will mention it.
"I sometimes visit France but the politics are better here. In France the politics and the economy are a bit silly - here is fine, certainly not as bad as in France!"
As for Saturday's highly anticipated clash. Olivier thinks it is going to be a great match.
"When I saw England, the way they played was great. But France is good as well, it will be interesting," he said.
"It will be tight - I think it might be 2-1 either way."
Olivier is impressed by his side's young superstar striker Kylian Mbappé and says England will be doing well if they can stop him.
He thinks England will have to impose themselves on the French side in the first 15 minutes of the game to set the tone of the encounter. But a result is too close to call.