Press Reviews

ELMER DILLS – CHANNEL 7
“They bake their own breads and make their own pastas and desserts. Wines from Argentina, Chile, Italy, Spain and California are on their modestly priced wine list.”

MAX JACOBSON – LOS ANGELES TIMES
“This place is a real find, a small ethnic restaurant where almost nothing has been left to chance.”

MERRILL SHINDLER – DAILY NEWS
“Fugazetta, the Argentine variation on pizza, really is a treat.”

GREGG HUNTER – GLENDALE NEWS PRESS
“Rene exudes warm hospitality…”
“Whether you order from the oven, the grill or the pasta pot you will not go away hungry or disappointed.”

INGRID WILMONT – LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE
“Argentinian-style sweetbreads flattened but still curvy, crisp without and creamy within-will impress the conoisseur.”

ARIEL SWARTLEY – LA WEEKLY
“Local delighters in dulce de leche can experience the Argentine passion closer to hand thanks to El Morfi’s caramel-enhanced desserts.”

STEPHEN LEMOS – NEW TIMES
“El Morfi Grill is one of our preferred eating establishments. It offers the finest mixture of Spanish, Italian and Argentine cuisine.”

DALMIRO FUNES – EL SUPLEMENTO
“Everything is home-made, the bread, the pasta and even the dulce de leche. Chimichurri sauce is excellent and it is offered with bread as soon as you seat. El Morfi es de clase! ”

GISSELLE BANCES – WEEKLY PRESS
“The cheerful and inviting appearance makes you feel at home. The parrillada plate (serving 2-4 people) continues to be the main attraction.”

ERNESTO LECHNER- LA TIMES
“I spent years searching for this staple of Argentine cousine until El Morfi opened.”

KATIA RAMIREZ- LA OPINION
“Delicious fusion of Italian and Argentinian cooking.”

GREG ARAGON- THE ARCADIA WEEKLY
“Founded in 1991 by brothers Rene and Jorge Vildoza, El Morfi specializes in Southern South American fare and their menu represents their Buenos Aires roots.”

ROGER J GRODY – LIFESTYLESÊ
“El Morfi is one of those incospicous little eateries that is easily missed unless you walk by and catch a walf of garlic.”

STEVE DE SANETIS – GLENDALE GASETTE
“El Morfi takes diners down Argentine way.”