The Galley staff are passionate about serving you the freshest Fish and Seafood, simply and stylishly presented, together with exciting meat and vegetarian options sourced from local farms.
With an ever-changing Menu, The Galley only serve what is in season and locally available, so you can be sure that what you are eating is of the best quality and freshness.
The A La Carte menu is available at Lunch and Dinner. At lunch, there is also a special Set Lunch Menu of one, two or three courses from £13.95. So whether it’s a long lingering dinner, a light lunch or a business engagement, there is something to suit you.
The Galley has worked hard to create a balanced wine list that includes top favourites along with some interesting options you may not be so familiar with.
The atmosphere in the restaurant is relaxed and friendly. Dress code is informal.
Great food is nothing without great service however and The Galley put a huge emphasis on matching the service to your needs. The team are on hand to greet you with a friendly smile and make sure you relax and enjoy your meal.
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The fish and shellfish comes from Day Boats landing their catch at Brixham. Some of the fish is line caught and they do not serve species that are under threat on their menus.
The mussels and cockles are harvested from the tidal section of the Exe Estuary about 3 miles downstream from The Galley: truly local food you could say!
The vegetables are locally grown from the farms around Topsham and the team make sure that only the best produce makes it to their tables.
They are committed to sustainable fishing and farming and only source their produce from suppliers that share this outlook.
They love sourcing interesting ingredients for Head Chef Jason Mead to cook and working hard to source unusual local produce and wild food.
The Galley like to be creative with some old staples, which you may find on the Pudding Menu from time to time.
With a unique location on Topsham Quay and fabulous views over the River Exe you can soak up the atmosphere of this ancient seaport from the comfort of the two dining rooms.