Media

The restaurant is owned and managed by Paul and Edwina Hynes, who are also available for press enquiries. Please get in touch using our Contact form or call (053) 9122122.

For more background information on La Côte and owners Paul and Edwina, please read our story here.

Media

The restaurant is owned and managed by Paul and Edwina Hynes, who are also available for press enquiries. Please get in touch using our Contact form or call (053) 9122122.

For more background information on La Côte and owners Paul and Edwina, please read our story here.

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Media

The restaurant is owned and managed by Paul and Edwina Hynes, who are also available for press enquiries. Please get in touch using our Contact form or call (053) 9122122.

For more background information on La Côte and owners Paul and Edwina, please read our story here.

TheTaste.ie – The Best Digital Food Magazine in the World.

“For the Love of Food – 14 Culinary Couples Who Mix Business and Pleasure”

“The Perfect Catch in the Sunny South East. La Côte Wexford Review”

La Côte
in the Media

What’s been said about La Côte:

“Paul Hynes offers outstanding cooking and good value, including reasonably priced wines and, thanks to a welcoming and very efficient front of house team led by Paul’s partner Edwina, who know many of the customers and clearly enjoy what they do, a visit to La Côte will be memorable for the whole experience and not just its excellent food.”

Georgina Campbell, Georgina Campbell’s Ireland Guide (awarding La Cote Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2016) 

 Three to Try

“With a nod to France, Paul Hynes water facing restaurant serves flat fish, round fish, shellfish, lobster ravioli. Excellent wine menu. – beat a path! 8th April 2018”.

20 Top Sassy Seafood Spots 2017 

 “La Côte offers fine dining, fair prices and a fab way to spend an evening – book your table now!”

Lucinda O’Sullivan, Sunday Independent

 “On the main promenade of a historic town, you’ll find this welcoming, personally run restaurant comprising two homely rooms. Local seafood is at the heart of the good value menu – check the blackboard for the day’s recommendations.”

Michelin Guide Inspectors

 “For some real coastal flavour, try the seafood at La Côte in Wexford ”

Travel Ireland Independent – Thomas Breathnach

 “Fish and Hip. Stars of the Sea. 50 great places to eat Seafood in Ireland ”

Sunday Times.

 “Succulent treats of the South East, best places to eat in Wexford”

Sunday Business Post – Gillian Nelis.

La Côte
in the Media

“Paul Hynes offers outstanding cooking and good value, including reasonably priced wines and, thanks to a welcoming and very efficient front of house team led by Paul’s partner Edwina, who know many of the customers and clearly enjoy what they do, a visit to La Côte will be memorable for the whole experience and not just its excellent food.”

Georgina Campbell, Georgina Campbell’s Ireland Guide (awarding La Cote Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2016)

Three to Try

“With a nod to France, Paul Hynes water facing restaurant serves flat fish, round fish, shellfish, lobster ravioli. Excellent wine menu. – beat a path! 8th April 2018”.

20 Top Sassy Seafood Spots 2017 

“La Côte offers fine dining, fair prices and a fab way to spend an evening – book your table now!”

Lucinda O’Sullivan, Sunday Independent

“On the main promenade of a historic town, you’ll find this welcoming, personally run restaurant comprising two homely rooms. Local seafood is at the heart of the good value menu – check the blackboard for the day’s recommendations.”

Michelin Guide Inspectors

“For the Love of Food – 14 Culinary Couples Who Mix Business and Pleasure”

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TheTaste.ie – The Best Digital Food Magazine in the World.

“For some real coastal flavour, try the seafood at La Côte in Wexford ”

https://goo.gl/abAQh2

Travel Ireland Independent – Thomas Breathnach

“Fish and Hip. Stars of the Sea. 50 great places to eat Seafood in Ireland ”

Sunday Times.

“Succulent treats of the South East, best places to eat in Wexford”

Sunday Business Post – Gillian Nelis.

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