I was disappointed with The Galley, one of only a few restaurants in Middlesex County. We didn't go for the food but to hear a friend of mine play guitar there.
The service was good, and the two women who seated us and waited upon us were pleasant.
My friend and I ate essentially the same things: Fried pickle appetizer, stuffed flounder, side salad, and baked potato/baked sweet potato.
Drinks were comprised of bottled beer: Brown Ale and Guiness.
The fried pickles were just okay, and the side salads were wilty. The potatoes were diminutive. The fish was guppy size, and the crab taste was absent . The only flavor that surfaced was that of the Old Bay seasoning that floated in/on some oleaginous fluid.
No rolls were served, and food was not served hot.
They make no desserts there, so we didn't try any. They're probably factory processed by Cisco or some other food manufacturer.
The Galley is more like a bar that sells food on the side. I don't believe that they are serious about being a good restaurant.
It's hard to be great, but The Table, one of my favorite local restaurants, is great, and it is located just across the street!