Warren Gillen has a well-earned following in the South-East ,and many happy diners with fond memories of good meals past make a point of heading straight to this modest restaurant whenever they are in Wexford Town.
Reception is friendly and prompt - Warren also greets his customers himself and later checks on them at each table, as has always been his way – and new arrivals immediately feel at home. Warren is a great supporter of local and artisan producers; his short, interesting menus have a sense of place - and promise contemporary Irish food with a rustic tone.
Cistin Eile wears its Irishness proudly. It's not just the name, or the motto emblazoned on the wall -- Is maith an t-anlann an t-ocras (hunger makes a great sauce) -- but, more importantly, the menu. Irish dishes take pride of place and local Irish artisan produce forms the basis of those dishes.