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Your current favorite BLT?

Anywhere in LA.

Thanks much in advance.

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  1. I love the one at Coffee Table in Eagle Rock- it also has avacado and you get a choice of sides- salad, chips/salsa, beans, etc. Get the fries- pretty darn great.

    1. My current favorite is the albacore BLT at Beacon: thick bacon, med. rare tuna, greens, tomato, on a good roll.

      1. Probably not what you're looking for, but I liked the vegan blt at Nite Moon Cafe in Hollywood. I hear the one at M Cafe is good too.
        http://eatingla.blogspot.com/2006/06/...

        1. The best one I've had was actually at Chabuya, the bread was a kinda puffy bao roll and the Bacon was a slice of Fat Pork Belly (looked like Panchetta) and the Mayo was of course, Kewpie!! Yummm...

          --Dommy!

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          1. re: Dommy

            Dommy -- BLT at Chabuya? Is this on the Alternative Secret Menu? I didn't know that they had anything like this...perhaps I just can't get past their traditional noodle soup!

            Tell me more? I have been there a number of times -- dinner only...what else do they have? Is this a lunch menu?

            1. re: liu

              It's on their appetizer section. Something like Puffy Bread Sandwiches. It's not really a BLT, but it pretty much is. I also love their Shu Mai. :)

              Here's a picture I found:

              http://www.potatomato.com/mt/archives...

              --Dommy!

              1. re: Dommy

                Dommy, you are amazing...to have found such a great photo! Oh, yum! Next time we're hanging on Sawtelle -- which is pretty often! -- I will be sure to try this...thanks!

            2. re: Dommy

              Dommy - I love your Asian interpretation of so many of our food queries. Most have come up with the standard BLT, but you came up with something from Chabuya!!! I love that about you!

            3. Auntie Em's in Eagle Rock has a rockin blt. Good thick bacon, rosmeary roll... it's great. The cupcakes aren't too shabby, either.

              http://www.auntieemskitchen.com/