I have been to Voyage before for breakfast, I remember it being a smaller restaurant so wondered if they had extended into the shop next door.
The staff were lovely. It was exceedingly busy but we were assured that a table would be available within 20 minutes, and they were right, we didn’t have to wait long.
The menu contained most of the regular breakfast options, including bircher muesli, buttermilk pancakes with mixed berries, an interesting breakfast board containing a choice of options, full breakfast, mushroom bruschetta, eggs on toast and herby braised beans.
I chose a local favourite called Norma’s Salsa, which is poached eggs on ciabatta with truss tomatoes, avocado, wilted spinach and marinated fetta:
Wow this was really good, everything on the plate was packed full of flavour and the eggs were cooked to perfection, just dippy enough to run over the bread – I enjoyed mopping up the egg with the other ingredients. The fetta was very flavoursome and probably the nicest fetta I have tasted. Voyage use only genuine free range ingredients and you can taste that on the plate.
The coffee was perfect, not a hint of bitterness, and probably the best soy latte I have tasted in a long time.
Will I go back to Voyage – you betcha. It’s right on the coast road, just south of Sorrento beach – there’s nothing like having breakfast just a stone’s throw from the Indian Ocean.