Le Voyage restaurant
73 Bridge Street, Skibbereen
The menu is extensive and caters for all palates including special dietary requirements such as Celiac or vegetarian. If you care about food and what you eat, you'll enjoy the experience of dining at Le Voyage where everything is made from scratch with not even a stock cube in sight!
Le Voyage can comfortably cater for up to 50 guests for family celebrations, special occasions, business meetings, communions and confirmations at either lunch time or in the evening. All items on Le Voyage’s extensive menu are available for take away and Le Voyage’s chefs and staff can cater for outside functions too by arrangement. Contact Marie Dooley, who is front of house, and Marie and the chefs will be happy to discuss menus to suit your individual needs and budget.
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Reviewed 17th April 2011 (visited 16 April 2011 )
I enjoyed my food immensely three courses for 30€ was excellent value which included a glass of wine. I would definitely recommend it!
Reviewed 17th June 2010 (visited 10 June 2010 )
my friend and I had a late lunch here at 3.30pm and we were very surprised to get lovely food so late in the lunch service.. My friend had seafood pasta which she said was beautiful and i had lasagne with salad and fries. the lasagne was good and i am still raving about the fries. service was excellent, atmosphere good ,and i didnt find anything not to like. I will be going back.
Reviewed 09th May 2010 (visited 1 May 2010 )
I could not find this restaurant on the list and even put it into the "search" and did not succeed. Just as I had contacted menupages, I found it. Anyway we had a really lovely night there last Saturday. There were three of us and all meals were great. The service was first class. I did think it was a bit expensive as there are a lot of very special offers out there for less.
Reviewed 08th May 2010 (visited 1 April 2010 )
Visited the newly open Le Voyage in April. It's run by a friendly Irish (manager) -German (chef) couple, who were both very helpful and friendly. Food was very good, I had the Ceasar Salad, Duck and Creme Brulee, which were of a high standard. My wife had a veggie Risotto which was made to order. Chef came to visit us. It takes guts to open a new restaurant in the recession, so the best of luck to the young couple! It was a best meal of a five day trip to West Cork.
Reviewed 02nd May 2010 (visited 18 March 2010 )
Delicious! Myself and my boyfriend ate here on a cold evening during the off peak season in March. The town was dead and there were few restaurants open. We stumbled upon Le Voyage and noticed the good value early bird menu was still serving. The newly opened restaurant is fantastic! The services is excellent, the chef even came to our table to see that we were happy with our meal. The seafood soup was awesome, a nice change from the chowder served in most eateries in West Cork. Our mains were a good size and everything down to the veg was really tasty. There's a great wine list on offer. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
Reviewed 02nd May 2010 (visited 17 March 2010 )
We enjoyed the most beautiful dinner here last Paddy's Day. The food was wonderful. I had the roast lamb and my guest had the salmon for main and both were delicious. The prices are extremely reasonable. The atmosphere was extremely welcoming. The hostess and waiting staff were very friendly and the head chef was very pleasant and came and spoke to us at the table also. I highly recommend it.