Having lived in the area for some years and enjoyed the hospitality and food at the Ipswich Galley, we were delighted when the Galley opened in Woodbridge. The building itself is atmospheric with its many rooms (including cellar dining) offering a choice of seating. The owner Ugur has an excellent staff trained to serve and always welcoming.
Food is from Turkish specialities to traditional making use (and naming) local suppliers - so it's fresh.
We have now visited this several times both for lunches and dinners and it has become a favourite place to take guests.
Surprisingly the cost is reasonable from a daily special menu to the standard menu which changes regularly with the seasons - easy to chose to suit the budget, so cannot fault it.
The restaurant is situated in the old part of Woodbridge in Market Hill at top of town and therefore out of the main shopping and waterside areas - the most attractive part of the town for the colourful houses and mixed architecture which some visitors seem to miss when visiting. All well worth the walk up the hill!
Having tried most of the hostelries in the town, this definitely continues to rate as favourite for us, our friends and visiting families.
Check opening times as not open on Mondays and Tuesdays for much of the year.
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