Centenary Stores restaurant
Charlotte Street, Wexford Town
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Reviewed 19th January 2012 (visited 9 January 2012 )
I always find lunch at the centenary stores quite satisfying. They give good portions and the service is always friendly. The bar is a little small for a restuarant but the intimacy improves the athmosphere. All in all a good spot for a bite to eat.
Reviewed 08th February 2010 (visited 17 December 2009 )
Have been having lunch here on a regular basis for years now & it never disappoints. It is top class pub grub with great service every time. The food & service are both consistantly good & standards never change or slip. The seafood chowder is particularly good. If you are looking for silver service or fine dining, this is not the place for you but for good honest pub grub & a friendly atmosphere, you can't go far wrong. A good old reliable.
Reviewed 10th August 2009 (visited 8 August 2009 )
I used to work in Wexford and always came here for lunch, so having not been back in a few years, I was looking forward to checking it out again on a recent shopping trip! I managed to get a seat outside in the lovely beer garden, which was a relief as inside can be a bit dark and gloomy! I got a chicken wrap with fries and salad! It was as I remembered, really tasty and a resonable price! When the sun is shinning, it's a lovely place to take the weight off your feet!
Reviewed 25th July 2009 (visited 6 June 2009 )
The Centenary stores never disappoints, lovely food great atmosphere. I really enjoy going there.
Reviewed 08th May 2009 (visited 19 March 2009 )
Amazing atmosphere, it seems to be the main spot for friends to hang out for a bite to eat and a few drinks, love the outside section! Lovely food, service wasn't bad but could be better.
Reviewed 16th June 2008 (visited 15 March 2008 )
The food in The Stores constantly surprises me. Let's get one thing straight, it's pub grub, nothing more, but the range is wide, the services prompt and it's never half bad. Just one thing, when oh when are pubs gonna get over the fact that large plates filled to the brim with carbs and cheaper ingredients does not represent a good meal, unless we can see your builders crack and you read The Sun. I wouldn't mind but the owners other eatery in town, The Riverbank, does the exact same thing. Less concentration on portion size and more on taste and The Stores would be bang on.
Reviewed 08th March 2008 (visited 8 January 2008 )
I do enjoy the Stores for lunch & have done for years - BUT....if there is one thing that annoys me its menu's that don't state "exactly" what you get on your plate..eg..."Bangers & Mash" roughly described as Creamy Mashed Potato with 3 succulent sausages, fried onions & gravy....sounds great....except that when it arrived it was a little potato in the middle of the plate, (sausages on top) & a ton of vegetables including carrots, turnip & cabbage surrounding the potato, taking up most of the plate. There was no mention of vegetables on the menu with this dish - I don't eat those type of veg & it just really annoys me that they are piled on, presuming everyone eats veg!! Yes, I could have sent it back or scraped them off the plate but.....I shouldn't have to!