Gloria’s Cafe {restaurant}

Gloria's Cafe, Culver City - Tortilla Soup

I can’t think of anything else but chicken soup right now because I have a cold.

And because the Chicken Tortilla Soup at Gloria’s Cafe was one of the most beautiful chicken soups I’ve ever seen.

Chips, Salsa, and Guacamole

small guacamole is $4
Gloria's Cafe - Chips Salsa Guacamole

Pupusas $9

Loroco (cheese and herbs) and Frijoles y Queso
Gloria's Cafe - Pupusas


Cabbage slaw that accompanies pupusas. Basically, Salvadorean kimchi.
Gloria's Cafe - Curtido Cabbage Slaw

Fish Tacos $6 a la carte

Carne Adobada $12

Carnitas in adobada sauce, with tortillas, beans, and rice. Le Ben ordered this the first time we went. He has not ordered anything else since.
Gloria's Cafe - Carne Adobada

Mexican Tamales $4

Ortega chile and cheese tamale with tomatillo salsa, chicken tamale
Gloria's Cafe - Mexican Tamales

Gloria’s Cafe

Gloria's Cafe

Gloria’s Cafe
10227 Venice Blvd (southwest corner at Vinton Ave)
Los Angeles 90034
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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Meg Lane September 29, 2011 at 2:20 pm

I love Gloria’s! It’s a really cute place with nice atmosphere and Gloria is such a sweet lady, always chatting with customers. Their seafood soup is also excellent.


2 sarah September 29, 2011 at 2:22 pm

meg: i think i saw her when we were there the other day! i love that the person whose name is on the sign is actually there! and the seafood soups…  i am alwways tempted but allergic to tomatoes and shrimp :( but when we go back, le ben will try it (if he can ever leave the beloved Adobada) …


3 blondebomber November 7, 2011 at 1:44 pm

Your photos are so delicious looking!  I love anything Tex-Mex or Latin!  I just ate at one of the best
places to eat in New York
and had some incredible pupusas and tamales!  They also made guacamole tableside.  It was so much fun and your post reminded me of that.  I hear that the Latin cuisine is superior in Cali – is it true?


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