Often it’s not about the destination so much as the journey… but this time it’s all about the destination.  All about the food & all about the mood.  Voyage Kitchen has it all, topped off with impeccable service – just to annoy the pickiest of people!  You could try to complain if you’re that way inclined, but believe me, you really won’t need to.

Voyage has been serving up great food & coffee to its loyal patrons for years. I remember a time when it was entirely commonplace to arrive to standing room only in a cafe that was completely bursting at the seams.  Bursting at the seams it still is, but today Voyage is sporting a very stylish new renovation & extension completed earlier this year & now, instead of the long-suffering wait for a table, your odds of turning up & nabbing a seat have greatly improved!

I had the lovely honour of getting in there with my camera one busy (of course) morning a couple of weeks ago. The interior is stylish, welcoming & perfectly relaxed in fitting with its stunning coastal position.

If reading between the lines is your thing then this gorgeous long communal table is the spot you need to be at…

One of the funkiest coat racks that I have ever seen…

I will admit to having a little lighting crush here…

But of course, it’s not all about the lights!  Voyage serves up great food too.  If you love eggs done exceptionally well, you won’t be disappointed.  This is quality food.  The owners Barbara Hacker & her hubby are passionate about what their cafe is putting on your plate.  You won’t find a factory farmed animal or egg in cooee of this place.  The owners are fierce campaigners  for Animal Welfare & work tirelessly to help bring an end to factory farming & the live export of Australian stock.  If that doesn’t make you feel good about ordering up, what does?  And yes of course, vegetarian & vegan options are a plenty…

Let’s not forget the coffee shall we… this guy knows exactly what he is doing! Voyage strives for excellence in service & all of its brilliant staff are put through extensive training before being set loose in here.  You can rest assured!

Located a very easy & picturesque drive along our coast I think you’ll find a destination well worth the voyage.

What: Voyage Kitchen
Where: 128 West Coast Drive, Sorrento Perth

Check their website for reservation details

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6 thoughts on “Voyage…

    • Thank you! All the snaps on the blog since May 2012 have been taken with my Canon 600D. I used a Sigma 50mm F1.4 (amazing lens) & a stock standard canon kit wide angle lens for Voyage. I still use the 600D but have upgraded my lenses since to Sigma & love ’em! The light is also really good in Voyage & since I don’t use flash, that really helps!

      • I’ve had it over around 1.5 years and it’s a great camera but i believe there’s a 70D coming out this year? though one of my friends upgraded from the 650D to the full frame 6D and loves it. so if you have extra money to spare look into getting the 6D 🙂

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