Kitchen Takeovers would like you to join them for a series of amazing dining experiences 1.8km out to sea with guest chefs as part of the highly anticipated 2018 Jetty Dinner Series.
After the huge success of our inaugural Tim Whitty Dinners in January and February 2017, we are very excited to be planning our 2018 series. Along with Tim, these events will feature recognised Western Australian chefs who will host their own nights with different menus. New features this year include amazing live music, heaters and outdoor seating.
Guests depart on the train at 6pm with a delicious taste plate and glass of sparkling, in time to watch the sunset. A cocktail style event will then be hosted at the end of the Jetty featuring twelve different dishes and local wines. Guests will also have the unique opportunity to explore the Underwater Observatory and the surrounding marine life at night before departing on the train with petit fours and coffee at 9.30pm.
Tickets include return ride, local beer and wine, three hours of delicious food (four hours on 27 January), self-guided tour of the Underwater Observatory at night and entertainment.
Saturday 3 March
Celebrate the long weekend with Tim Whitty from Kitchen Takeovers cooking up a storm with wines from Howard Park Wines!
Tim Whitty Menu
Tim’s cooking career has been based in the Busselton/ Margaret River region for over 20 years. In this time Tim has held management positions at some of the regions premier winery restaurants including Leeuwin Estate, Clairault and Palmer Wines. Tim’s career has also taken him to cooking stints in the UK, China, Port Douglas, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Kitchen Takeovers provide an elite personalised dining experience, covering a broad range of events from private dining for small groups right through to weddings and corporate events for up to 200 guests. Tim’s Kitchen Takeovers project has seen him and his team pair up with some of Western Australia’s premier wineries including Pierro, Howard Park, Flametree, Cape Mentelle, Snake + Herring and Woodlands, as well as guest chef dinners with the likes of Matt Stone, Daniel Berlin and Rick Stein. A highlight of 2017 being an experience at Gourmet escape where Tim and his team coordinated and cooked with Luke Nguyen and Ashleigh Palmer-Watts.
Following the success of the first Jetty Dinner Series in 2016/2017 Tim wanted to focus his attention on coordinating these events to present local talent and produce. Taking a step back from catering each dinner himself he instead shines a light on local chefs, wineries and new businesses, giving them a platform to showcase their product.