The Bailey Cafe Bar restaurant
Barrack Street,, Wexford, Enniscorthy
We have a number of dining options available throughout the day to suit your needs and also have a selection of private function rooms available for your special occasions.
We are just about to launch a new menu and range of dining options for our customers. Make sure to check back soon for more details!! In the mean time why not come relax and enjoy our current menu
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Reviewed 18th July 2017 (visited 12 July 2017 )
I was in the Bailey last wed with my daughter and grandson. We had a lovely meal and very friendly service. There was a mix up with the bill which I didn't notice till I got home. I rang straight away and Kudos to Brendan he sorted it out in a matter of minutes. It was a genuine mistake and was taken care of very professionally. Thank you Brendan
Reviewed 05th July 2016 (visited 3 July 2016 )
We were here sunday and had lunch on our way to monart spa very friendly staff and food was excellent and we return monday fir lunch before our journey home will be recommending this to my friends
Reviewed 16th August 2015 (visited 15 August 2015 )
my husband and i went to the bailey last night for dinner.i had chicken and my husband had the beef.the meal was really beautiful and the quality,quantity and service we received was second to none.our waitress was very professional and we did not have to wait long for our food.the atmosphere was very good .will be going back to the bailey again and will be highly recommending the bailey to friends and family.excellent food ,service,and value for money.well done to all the staff in the bailey.we really enjoyed having our meal there.
Reviewed 15th July 2013 (visited 14 July 2013 )
Enjoying a rockabilly jam session in the upstairs part of the dining area I decided to order food for my husband and I. I couldn't find waiting staff upstairs so went downstairs and found young waitress, who had just started her shift and was very pleasant but she didn't know if I could order food downstairs to eat upstairs, she asked a man who appeared to be a manager, he was very rude in his reply saying 'what do you think upstairs is for?' , the girl was embarrassed and we both went back upstairs to see if we could find anyone working that area. We couldn't so she just took my order of Bangers and Mash and a Main course Chicken Caesar Salad. I asked could she bring us a jug of water, she replied that they were not allowed to bring jugs of water but she could bring me two pints of water,odd! Our food,arrived 15 mins after, my husband had the Bangers and Mash, he said it was ok, but the portion was very small for €8.95. My Chicken Caesar Salad was awful, the worst I've ever had, it was basically a bowl of salad leaves with some sliced spicy coated chicken fillet on top, I lifted it to find the dressing underneath and mixed it through, there was far too much dressing and it soaked the leaves, i used my napkin to try soak up some of the excess dressing and I would have returned it but the place was just so busy I decided to just struggle on thankful for the one slice of brown bread that accompanied the dish. I ate most of the chicken but the leaves simply turned to mush with the dressing. It was a real disappointment and for €9.95 my expectations were high. I went back downstairs to pay for the meal and the girl behind the bar asked me how everything was, I told her that the salad was awful, she went to tell the manager and came back to tell me that he said he'd pass on my comment to the chef, the girl said sorry about that and took my money. I won't be dining at the Bailey again.
Reviewed 25th April 2011 (visited 22 April 2011 )
Stopped here for lunch whilst passing through Enniscorty. They have a number of specials on in terms of lunch aso I decided to go for the soup and a panini for €10. The soup is lovely here every time I have had it and the mexican chicken wrap, which wasnt too spicey, was just the right quanity. If one doesnt get the deal the panini comes with chips. Again a small thing that many other restauraunts fail to do or in otherwise would charge you. My firend got the tuna wrap, said it was lovely. All in all a very enjoyable lunch and would recommend it for anyone passing throughe the town
Reviewed 21st November 2010 (visited 21 November 2010 )
We stopped here today for lunch on our way through Enniscorthy. How lucky were we. Four course lunch for €16.95 and it was excellent. There was a choice of starter, main course, dessert & tea/coffee. I had the veg soup and my partner had the garlic bread. Delicious. The garlic bread was home made and had butter on it - other restaurants who fob us off with the frozen stuff - please note!. The veg soup was home made & delicious with a side of brown bread & butter. That would've be a good lunch in itself but then the main courses arrived. Roast beef and turkey and ham with veg, potatoes & gravy. No gristle, no fat - just good quality meat & veg. I had the profiteroles for desset. My partner couldn't manage a dessert at all. I also saw someone else having the apple pie which looked delicious. It was busy for lunch but that in no way affected the service offered by the excellent staff. Everyone was asked if they had enough to eat or if they needed a tea top up. No one was rushed and the food arrived promptly. I'd go back to Enniscorthy just to eat here again. Well done everyone involved at the Bailey.
Reviewed 20th June 2010 (visited 6 June 2010 )
We ate here on a recent steam train tour to Enniscorthy and I have to say we were not disappointed. The service was attentive, helpful and came with a smile. Any request was met with a can do response. I ate an all day brunch which was most tasty and filling. My two companions both opted for the catch of the day which in this case was plaice and came with a glass of wine for only 15 euro. The portion size of the fish was excellent and both ladies remarked on its extreme tastiness. The location of this eatery is very central and is proximal to the nearby shopping area. I found the toilets to be in a clean condition. I have another steam train trip soon and I look forward to dining here again.
Reviewed 04th March 2009 (visited 3 January 2009 )
Had a scrumptious meal here back in January. It was quiet, being only a few days after New Years, but the restaurant is still cozy and welcoming. The service was friendly and quick and all four of us had no complaints on our starters or main courses - except that we were too full for desert! A great spot for a casual dinner.