NEWS/PHOTO POST: Goings-on at The Galley, Topsham


Tucked in, at the bottom of Fore Street in Topsham is a seafood restaurant that is on the up-and-up. On the 25th April, special guests were invited to sample a menu put together as a celebration of the producers that they work with. Now re-opened after a little break, they’re ready to take your reservations!

Words below provided by Harry Wild of Go Wild Communications: Photos by Mr Nick Hook

The Galley is a charming seafood restaurant in historical Topsham, overlooking the River Exe estuary.

From these surrounding waters comes sought-after Brixham crab, River Exe salmon and Exmouth mussels. With such a bountiful larder of Devon’s coast and countryside, the family-run team proudly serves the very best of Devon on a plate.

For nearly 20 years, The Galley has been welcoming guests with fish and shellfish caught on dayboats that pass the shores daily. Head Chef, Jason Mead lets the produce speak for itself, letting natural flavours shine through. Dishes are intense, clean and immaculately presented.

Guests were treated to a number of special speakers throughout the evening. It only goes to show how much care goes into sourcing food at The Galley

Will from Richard’s Greengrocers
Amanda from Granny Gothards
Marc Million
James Leach – Steevenson Wines

Where?

Address: 
The Galley Restaurant,
41 Fore Street,
TOPSHAM,
Exeter,
EX3 0HU

Telephone: 
01392 876078

fish@galleyrestaurant.co.uk

Open Daily (Credit cards accepted)

Lunch                   12.00 – 2.30pm

Dinner                   6.30 – 9.00pm

Closed                  Sunday & Monday

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