Voyage has been a favourite of mine for years, and never disappoints. Great coffee, fab salads, and the everpresent Norma’s Salsa (poached eggs, truss tomatoes, baby spinach, avocado, marinated feta and ciabatta) is always a joy.
It’s also in a great location overlooking Sorrento beach, and always busy for breakfast on the weekend, with some outdoor tables for the dog walkers.
We had breakfast there recently and noticed some changes to the menu. I chose the shark bay crab omelette with puffed rice salad and green chilli chutney. This was really good with lovely fresh eggs and sweet crabmeat. My only disappointment was that there could have been more crab, but all in all it was a lovely dish.
My partner chose the house baked beans with smoked ham hock, spinach, poached egg and soldiers. This was a really nice bean dish, mellow and savoury and he thoroughly enjoyed it. The smokiness of the ham hock really stood out.
Riding on the success of breakfast, we revisited Voyage on a Sunday evening for roast Sunday dinner. In the evening the cafe is transformed to romantic intimate venue, perfect for a beachside date. There were other menu options like lamb shoulder with pasta, vegetarian gnocchi, and fish, but we couldn’t go past the roast special which was lamb.
Lovely tender slices of lamb with mint sauce, pumpkin, roast potatoes, peas, cauliflower cheese and gravy – an absolute triumph of a roast. We hungrily ate every mouthful and will definitely return for more.