There is a new place to eat in town, so welcome food lovers to Dennys Kitchen, formerly Black Sheep Café housed in the National Wool Museum. Dennys, under the experienced and watchful eye of head chef Dwayne Bourke, has undergone an Italian make over. Still boasting its historic aged wooden beams, but now with a new, industrial vibe, Dennys Kitchen has added the warmth of the Italian style and culture to the traditional building.
The menu has been designed to take you to the shores of Italy. The philosophy is simple: to create delicious, simple seasonal food to be enjoyed and shared by the entire table as is the Italian tradition. The dishes are prepared utilising traditional methods of Italian cooking with a modern twist, with the hero being the wood fired pizzas suitable for occasions.
At Dennys the lunch menu differs from the dinner menu as there are cheaper options on the lunch menu. A majority of the menu items are shareable dishes. Therefore the entire table doesn’t all need to order a main meal. By choosing this option you get great value for money and are able to trial the different menu items.
Italian cooking is about letting simple ingredients and quality produce shine through in each dish. Dennys Kitchen has taken this on board with their produce sourced locally. Take away pizzas are also available.
Dennys Kitchen is open for lunch 7 days and Wednesday to Saturday for dinner.
Cnr Moorabool & Brougham St, Geelong / Ph: 03 5223 2536