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ISO: Bracciole

Tru Sep 19, 2006 04:43 PM

Craving it.
Preferably on the Westside...but willing to travel.

*don't make me cook you!*

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    jeffro RE: Tru Sep 19, 2006 05:24 PM

    Dominick's on Beverly has it. Maybe as a Sunday Special only, but it's definitely good. Not like Ma used to make, more refined but delicious none the less.

    Dominick's Restaurant
    www.dominicksrestaurant.com
    8715 Beverly Blvd
    West Hollywood, CA 90048
    (310) 652-2335

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      blackbookali RE: jeffro Oct 24, 2009 10:46 AM

      is that a lamb version?

    2. Das Ubergeek RE: Tru Sep 19, 2006 06:14 PM

      Sapori, in Fisherman's Village at Marina del Rey, has it, and it's tasty.

      http://www.sapori-mdr.com

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        Harry Nile RE: Das Ubergeek Oct 24, 2009 05:27 PM

        Are their braciole really braised, as the Sapori menu says, or just mixed into the sauce right before serving? I make them at home and much prefer the "roll in reggiano, chopped parsely, and crumbs, then saute" variety -- which stay crisp on the outside -- to the braised, which do not (and can't keep a breadcrumb coating, of course).

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          Das Ubergeek RE: Harry Nile Oct 24, 2009 08:28 PM

          It's been aeons since I had it but it seems like it was braised. Call the restaurant and ask, though.

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