El Morfi Grill was founded in 1991 by brothers Rene and Jorge Vildoza. First styled as an eatery, El Morfi opened at the corner of California and ... More
El Morfi Grill
El Morfi Grill was founded in 1991 by brothers Rene and Jorge Vildoza. First styled as an eatery, El Morfi opened at the corner of California and Orange and moved to its Brand Boulevard location in 1997. The location is unique -brick walls, hanging plants and skylights offer a choice of dining motifs: display cooking, boulevard front picture window and secluded table environments are all available. El Morfi also features boulevard outdoor dining.
Go here once every week or two for lunch. Love the chimichurri sauce they serve with the bread. I usually get the grilled chicken sandwich, comes with green and red bell peppers, onions, mayo, lettuce, and is very yummy. The empanadas (one of my favorite things) are ok,but better can be found elsewhere (Empanada's in Culver City comes to mind). The interior could use a little spiffying up, but the tables and chairs are comfortable and the atmosphere is pleasent. The service is decent, usually get starter bread quickly, but sometimes they're slow to refill drinks and bring the check, but they always have a ready smile and are super friendly people. They serve both Argentinian and Italian fare but I have not yet sampled the Italian options. Definitely worth stopping by and enjoying a good meal here that won't break the bank.
I love this place. It is definitely one of my favorites in Glendale.
The whole restaurant is decorated with Buenos Aires memorabilia, which is very interesting to look at while waiting for your food. The food is always good, and seems to be priced well. I always have leftovers from the amount they serve (or maybe I fill up on the bread and chimichurri--mmmm!!!). Another plus is that they are never too crowded, so you can always get a table quickly.
Update: They have air conditioning! I had a hard time wanting to stay through my dinner last summer... It is much easier to eat here now. :)
As a class project my daughter had to visit a restaurant that specialized in food from a Spanish speaking country excluding Mexico. We found the El Morfi restaurant on line and decided to visit. Our waitress Sofia was extremely helpful and the food was excellent. We started with some Empenadas and everyone including the kids loved them. We had a variety of items for dinner and all were very good. We finished the meal with the Bread Pudding and the Panqueques and the desserts were fantastic. I highly recommend this restaurant.
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