I love Paella and this one was pretty good. While I admittedly love Paella Negra over all other variants, I appreciated how flavorful this was and they were generous with the prawns, veggies and chorizo. This is also one of the most reasonably priced paella that I've came across with. Others would hit Php. 600- Php. 800 for a paella good for 4 but this one was even below Php. 500. Best though to order this in advance as they prepare this just after taking your order so definitely not advisable for those in a hurry.
Galli Village Cafe will tell you the story of the owners' travel adventures. It was fun looking at their travel photos from the Middle East to some part of Europe and even to Japan. The menu is a combination of the things that they both love with a touch of some international influences that they both got from their trips abroad. Parking is definitely not a problem as it's located at the Ground Floor of the YMCA Hotel so there's a big parking lot in front. The restaurant space is quite small though so do call for reservation if you're going as a big group. Galli Village Cafe is also right beside Purple Oven Bakery so make sure to buy some cookies, quiche or a Campfire Chocolate Cake on your way home.
Galli Village Cafe is located at the Ground Floor, YMCA Hotel, 7 Sacret Heart street, San Antonio Village in Makati City. Call them at 0927-391-4655.