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Posted by Mike on 02/06/2011
This is a great restaurant with the best food in town. I see it as a hidden treasure. I love their paella. I love going out and have been to countless restaurants, but I can honestly say they might have the best paella I have ever tasted. Prices are also great. It is also a great family place where you will be treated with care not like many restaurants in this area. They even have free delivery. It is great and you must try it.
Posted by Spicy spicilla on 04/22/2007
Great food genuine and kind service - warm bread is fresh and tasty steak special is yum - specials daily great value thoroughly recommend to folk! Spicilla
Posted by bronxgrrrl on 03/15/2007
Galicia is like most other up-uptown Spanish/Latin American retaurants. Sort of the spanish version of an american diner: the food is decent, the ingredients are average, and the prices are moderate. There are a couple exceptions: you can get a delicious fresh squeezed orange juice for much less money than any trendy spot (I ask for mine "sin colar, sin azucar y sin hielo" (unstrained without sugar or ice)). Also, try - as a meal anytime of the day or as a snack - the tortilla espanola, a hearty cousin of the omelette made with egg, onions, potatoes, ham and chorizo. The soups and sancochos are pretty good too. One of my friends swears by this place but, in my experience, the waitresses are apathetic at best and slow (again, not unlike many other local restaurantes). Also, I'm not a big fan of eating out at places that have TVs. I usually take my tortilla and OJ "sin colar" to go.