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Lovely little shop and eatery, lovely food but sadly very overpriced.
Would recommend if in the areaMore
Date of visit: December 2021
Katie Williams, Owner at The Galley, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
Hello, thank you very much for your review and your positive comments. Could I please ask when you visited us as we have been closed since the end of December for our winter break so I am just trying to work out what prices you...More
Fantastic deli and cafe. Good quality food and very friendly staff.
Breakfast is superb and as we were staying in the apartment above we indulged in various cheeses and charcuterie etc to take upstairs.
The apartment (The Crows Nest) is owned by the deli and...is a superb accommodation for a couple. Lovely contemporary feel but still retaining the character of the old building. Have to give 5 stars all round.More
Our first impression was a good one, sat in the window alcove opposite the food counter. Ordered and eagerly awaited our food. Whist waiting I happened to look across at the counter where the quiches, sausage rolls, pies etc where on display and to my...horror flys were crawling all over the food. I did point this out to the assistant who's response was to stand there for a few minutes and shoo them away. I know you can not help the flys being there but it is so easy to cover the food so that it can still be seen, afterall it is for eating. It really put me off eating there again which is a shame.More
Date of visit: October 2021
Claire T, Owner at The Galley, responded to this reviewResponded 9 October 2021
On Friday 8th October we were having the exterior of our shop repainted so the fly screen chains usually covering our front door was off as the painters were tackling the shop front wood work. This, coupled with the relatively warm weather, did mean there...More
The Hornish pasty unbelievably good ,their coffee unbelievably bad !
Having an " Italian " coffee machine should be a sign that you are about to have an excellent cup of coffee ,sadly yet another cafe where the training has diluted down so far that...a cup of Nescafé would be going head to head for the No 1 spot !
Please if you have no passion for coffee don't serve itMore
We booked an afternoon tea delivery for our arrival day in a Broads cottage, and the food was so good, we decided to order ourselves a little picnic too for later in the week.
We visit the Broads every year - we will be visiting...The Galley every visit too.
It's not cheap, but excellent value. Proper food.More
Came in for a late lunch with my partner after a wander around the village. They were very accommodating and fitted us in.
Food and drinks were both excellent.
Staff were friendly and helpful.
If we are back in the area will definitely visit again.
Went in on a whim. What a cracking shop. Sausage rolls of different flavours ordered (black pudding & pork, pork and chorizo & pork sage and apple). Came with heavenly salad and coleslaw. Coffee was good.
Also a great little gift shop. Couldn't resist buying...the most beautiful smelling candle for a friend. Lovely little shop.More
Delightful staff and the food was unbelievably good and reasonably priced, the deli sausage roll and cakes were among the best I have ever had and I would highly recommended a visit for breakfast, lunch or to get takeaway goodies