by Michael Morgan

One of the blessings of living at Dennes Point on Bruny Island is that an 850 metres walk from my home takes me to the Jetty Café and Art at the Point Gallery. Here all available ingredients for the senses will be experienced that will appeal to locals and the visiting tourists.

Jetty Cafe - Bruny Island
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Relax with friends and enjoy good food and wine on Bruny Island

Orchestrated by Chris and Ray, it is sheer delight to see the choosing of fruit, vegetables and produce from the sea. All planted, caught or obtained, being delivered within half an hour from the garden on the pristine waters of Bruny Island.

Jetty Cafe - Fresh Produce
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Ray uses fresh local Bruny Island produce in the Jetty Cafe menu

Jetty Cafe - Bruny Island Produce
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Well known for fresh Tasmanian produce, to eat Bruny Island food is to enjoy

Jetty Cafe: What’s on the Menu?

Ray does not ‘torture’ food and all dishes he prepares have a lovely simplicity. A series of chalk boards list the dishes available.


 

Examples from a recent Jetty Cafe menu are:

  • Greek style Pirates Bay Octopus, heirloom radish and local
    garden vegetable salad with fetta and white balsamic dressing
  • Rannoch Farm Quail, date and tamarind marinade, green wheat
    freekah, pistachio & red cabbage salad & pomegranate dressing
  • Local mussel & Southern calamari stewed in heirloom tomato
    broth with saffron and fennel
  • Bruny Island rabbit, sage and forest mushroom pie,
    Dutch cream potato mash & pepper berry jam
  • Willie Smith’s organic apple baked with yummy stuff,
    Valhalla vanilla bean ice-cream and pear syrup
Jetty Cafe - Tasmania
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Chris and Ray manage Jetty Cafe in Dennes Point, Bruny Island.

Ray and Kris are also developing a diverse wine collection. Look at the list when you visit.

Jetty Cafe - Michael Morgan
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Watercolour by Michael Morgan, inspired by Jetty Cafe

Jetty Cafe - Bruny Island Fruits
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Bruny Island Fruits – Watercolour by Michael Morgan

Jetty Cafe - Art at the Point Gallery
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Check the artwork in the gallery attached to Jetty Cafe ~ Art at the Point

The Jetty Café is a wonderful place to gather the right mix of people and be happy. To enrich and nourish. Aren’t we lucky!

Jetty Cafe - Dennes Point
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Enjoy great water views as you dine at Jetty Cafe, Dennes Point

Michael and Gabrielle Morgan moved from Phillip Island in Victoria
to live on Bruny Island last March.  The semi-seclusion suits them both;
Gabrielle likes to pursue her writing interests, while Michael paints.  Gabrielle
has been published in regional newspapers and magazines; since researching her
family history she has published four genealogy articles.  She was fascinated by
links to Tasmania with some of her forbears.  This has intensified her interest in
Tasmania and she has been reading much of its history since arriving here.

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Map: Jetty Cafe, Dennes Point, Bruny Island…