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Westgate Design

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Westgate Design
22, North Main Street, Wexford Co Wexford
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Tel: +353 53 912 3787

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Locals know how to find this popular daytime café - the entrance is through Westgate Design and downstairs. It’s a big bustling self service café, with plenty of rustic but comfortable seating and a friendly atmosphere
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Westgate Design

Locals know how to find this popular daytime café - the entrance is through Westgate Design and downstairs. It’s a big bustling self service café, with plenty of rustic but comfortable seating and a friendly atmosphere.


Food quality is very good and the menu wide-ranging, from home-made soups and a varied selection of salads (20 per day) to hot dishes of the day - lasagne and braised lamb shank with chive champ, or fish pie are all typical. It’s contemporary Irish home cooking, but with international favourites taking their place alongside traditional Irish dishes.


The baking is exceptionally good, with delicious cakes and desserts. Everything is served in generous portions and it’s family friendly. Take-away dishes are available and outside catering is also on offer for parties.


Good food at very reasonable prices is a winning combination for daytime meals.

Seats 150; Open Mon-Sat, Food served all day, 8.30am-5.30pm; Wine from €4.50 per glass. Air conditioning; children welcome. Closed Sun, Bank Hols, 25/6 Dec. Visa, Laser. abbreviations
Last Updated: 02-06-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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Accessible from the main street or, through the lower level, at the back.

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Comments

27th June 2012
David Byrne
I have eaten at Westgate reguarly over the years. In recent times since the menu change I usually have a vegetarian breakfast. The menu offers a reasonable selection. However on the last three occasions cherry tomatoes were replaced with big ordinary tomatoes. These do not have the flavour of cherry tomatoes. Much better if the restaurant removed any mention of the better quality item. You also get as part of the breakfast what is refered to as an 'organic' egg. If I was to judge this in relation to the so called cherry tomatoes, I would be left in doubt as to whether this was a normal battery egg. If you offer an item on the menu. Please provide it or remove reference to it.
30th November 2012
Admin
Fair comment David, although 'regular' tomatoes can have great flavour too, it all depends on the variety and the growing conditions. Maybe you should have 'Just Asked' for more information about the organic egg? Georgina

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