By a new age hippie medicine shop. I do not know much about it, but it's bright inside and seems very well presented
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Was to close! Food outdated, boring, the two ladies were stuck in their own assumption of greatness. As with all hubris they died a commercial death. Good riddance
No longer there. We mourn ts passing. This trip, as ever, we looked forward to at least one meal in the Galatea, hopefully listening to John's harp playing. Alas, it had gone and in its place was an unexciting shop.
It is a shame that nobody was following the foot -( food ) steps of this great and legendary cafe. The food was delicious and worth while waiting for. Great value for money and most of all very vegan friendly. I loved sitting there enjoying...More
I'm not one of those people that instagrams their meals on a regular basis, but the salad I had at Galatea was so beautiful that I had to snap a photo to share. Nutritious, delicious, and a work of art!
As John D said, Galatea was "extremely Glastonbury"........ I will very much miss the enchiladas, the music, the two ladies who ran it so well for so long..... the friendly atmosphere, singing "She moved through the Fair" with John the Harper......organic wine.....incredibly fresh vegetables....so many...More
Last night was the very last night ever of Cafe Galatea. This was an extremely Glastonbury sort of institution, and in many ways exemplified the best of this highly unique little town. It had been going for 21 years, a long time in this business...More
Oh, packing up I see, and not before time in my opinion. The woman owner was without a doubt the most rude, unreasonable and unpleasant restauranter I have ever encountered in my life. As so many people have said before, the food was really very...More
I love Cafe Galatea, the only cafe in Glastonbury that makes sugar, wheat AND diary free cake which is delicious. I love the atmosphere in here and often there is live music which is lovely. I have had some very lovely meals in here. My...More
Sadly this excellent cafe is due to close at the end of the month. It will certainly be greatly missed by many of the local people and tourists alike as it was, still is at the time of writing, a lovely place to meet friends...More