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miltk Oct 28, 2005 02:54 AM

who makes the best classic casolette in manhattan?

and where can you get it at a good price?

thanks

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    parkslopemama Oct 28, 2005 10:28 AM

    Do you mean cassoulet? If so, I think Gascogne has a pretty good one. I'm not familiar with "casolette," so forgive me if I am off base.

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      RGR Oct 28, 2005 11:18 AM

      I, too, thought the o.p. was referring to "cassoulet." My husband's a cassoulet addict. He would agree with you that Gascogne's is very good. Another option.... A few days ago, he had it at Park Bistro and pronounced it delicious.

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      Joe Nov 6, 2005 10:47 AM

      Best cassoulet I've had is at Payard in the Upper East. Delish. A fantastic boullabaisse too.

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        fmolly Nov 27, 2006 02:35 PM

        Thought I would reactivate this to see if anything has changed in the last year. The last in-depth thread about cassoulet was from 2003. Any good recommendations? Payard? Gascogne's? I'm willing to travel several hours for a really great one! I have been disappointed with the cassoulet offerings in Manhattan.

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          RGR Nov 27, 2006 03:09 PM

          Which cassoulets have disappointed you? For example, have you tried Gascogne's?

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