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Slow-roasted lamb shoulder, collard greens and smoked olives.

About Jolleys Boathouse Restaurant

Just a short stroll from Adelaide's bustling CBD, find a sense of tranquillity upon entering Jolleys Boathouse Restaurant, situated at the end of Jolleys Lane. Perched on the banks of the River Torrens, Jolleys has long been a favourite destination for locals of Adelaide and visitors alike thanks to uninterrupted views and a relaxed atmosphere. An innovative menu based on local, seasonal produce is well complemented by an extensive wine list which highlights both local and international grape varietals. To begin a feast, perhaps start with raw yellowfin tuna, pickled daikon, avocado and dashi dressing; before moving on to mains such as English shorthorn Scotch fillet, porcini mushroom ketchup and onion jus, with sides of charred broccoli, Stracciatella cheese, muntrie and honey dressing.

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A few words from Jolleys Boathouse Restaurant

The emphasis at Jolleys is on using the best produce of each season. Fresh, innovative menus are a feature at Jolleys, with premium local ingredients sourced to produce signature dishes such as Miso-crusted Wagyu Beef with Japanese Mustard and Southern Blue Fin Tuna Tataki with Soba Noodle Salad. Sweet tooths are catered for also, with the decadent Chocolate Fondant a favourite with young and old.

The menu at Jolleys is perfectly complemented by an extensive wine list with something to suit all tastes and budgets. The eclectic combination of local, interstate and international wines ensures that there is always something to match the variety of dishes on offer.

Just a short stroll from Adelaide's bustling CBD, find a sense of tranquillity upon entering Jolleys Boathouse Restaurant, situated at the end of Jolleys Lane. Perched on the banks of the River Torrens, Jolleys has long been a favourite destination for locals of Adelaide and visitors alike thanks to uninterrupted views and a relaxed atmosphere. An innovative menu based on local, seasonal produce is well complemented by an extensive wine list which highlights both local and international grape varietals. To begin a feast, perhaps start with sashimi of Hiramasa kingfish, coconut, Thai basil, green chilli and finger limes, before moving on to mains such as Hickory smoked wagyu brisket with chargrilled tongue, celeriac puree and caramelised shallots and finish with a decadent dessert.

Location & Map

1 Jolleys Lane, Adelaide CBD 5000 SA - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  Closed
Tue  Closed
Wed  12:00:PM - 4:30:PM
Wed  5:30:PM - 11:00:PM
Thu  12:00:PM - 4:30:PM
Thu  5:30:PM - 11:00:PM
Fri  12:00:PM - 4:30:PM
Fri  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Sat  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Sun  12:00:PM - 5:00:PM

Groups & Functions

  • Up to 180 Guests
  • Birthday Party
  • Dinner Party

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Member Reviews (8)

adamshaw1986

Excellent dining experience
South Australian fresh produce at it best. The food and service are both equally outstanding. Unique and delicious. A truly great dining experience.

verity76582

Food, fabulous food!
We opted for the Chef’s menu so we could enjoy more variety and it was superb.
Beautiful setting and great service yet relaxed and affordable.
Adelaide is very lucky to have this yummy Chef,….and the yummy food he delivers!

passion

This is one of Adelaide's finest Restaurants. The cuisine is amazing it warrants many visits as it is difficult trying to choose the best dish so many sound so good. The setting is something else sitting right on the Bank of The River Torrens

foodie722387

Food was fab. Service was terrible.

nicktellis

Fantastic food and service - a worthy treat.

annie

Delightful Lunch, I adore this Restaurant, to the executive Chef, Congratulations! The Food Wonderful! Ilook forward to my next visit.

annie

One of my favourite Restaurants. Recently visited & was not disappointed. The food was beautiful! This Restaurant with its delightful location,would take a lot to beat, over looking the River Torrens & surrounding Park Lands. I wish the Chairs were a little more comfortable. I intend taking some of my over seas visitors there for Dinner shortly, I just know they will enjoy it very much.

georgina

We attended in the evening. whilst it is still a great river spot, it is better in the daylight.
food extremely rich, but generally, quality.
a little overpriced, but worth paying for the position during the day.
the waitress had to leave us in the middle of announcing the specials to show new customers in. a little awkward, must've been short staffed.