This was an outstanding dessert. There were two huge highlights here, depending on your tastes. The panna cotta was exceptional, truly delicious. It was beautifully, delicately flavoured with a light honey and its texture was spot on. But for me, the apple fritter side stole the show. Imagine a hot cinnamon donut with a ring of freshly baked apple inside. Now that's what I call scrumptious. Overall, this really was my kind of dessert. Good variation of flavours and textures, light and sweet yet not too intense. Top marks to Voyager's chefs for this one.
VOYAGER ESTATE RESTAURANT
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Voyager Estate puts on a superb dining experience. There were a couple of very memorable culinary standouts; the venison chorizo, the tenderidge eye fillet and the dessert. Service was exquisite throughout the meal, perfect even. My only concern with the restaurant, and this is a minor one, is the decor. Some people will really go for the interior design, but I found it a bit too busy, with the tables and chairs perhaps pushed in too close to each other. It was fairly quiet on the day we dined, but if it was busy I could see Voyager having a relatively hectic ambience. In summary Voyager is a wonderful winery restaurant. Even though the mains revolve around $40, the quality of the food more than justifies it. So if it's a fine dining experience in the Margaret River you're after with exceptional food and service, then you need look no further than Voyager Estate.
I give it 8.5/10