TUNA CASSEROLE ...?
- ipsedixit Oct 6, 2006 05:51 PM
Is there a restaurant that offers Tuna Casserole in the greater LA area?
I've asked this before, but struck out (got one rec for a place in OC) ... there's got to be a place in LA that offers Tuna Casserole right?? Right?
Thanks in advance for any leads.
Let's put it this way ... if restaurants can charge upwards of $10 and even $20 for Mac N Cheese, surely someone's come up with an ingenious way of marketing this comfort dish, right?
Maybe toro tuna casserole?
How 'bout Mahi Mahi tuna casserole?
Perhaps tuna casserole with Gruyére?
I'm with MareZeeDotes — there are times when I gotta have it but a restaurant isn't where I'd go for it. It's too easy, too cheap, TOOO home-food.
Hope you get yours! ;->
I don't know, but I'd make my own if I thought I could get some good tuna that wasn't high in mercury. I meant to write down the tuna place in San Pedro which the LA Times food section did a Q & A Wednesday with the owner...she said they catch their tuna young so the mercury accumulation is not as high as most. Does anyone have info about that company?
Maybe places like Beadles Cafeteria in Pasadena or Clifton's Cafeteria would serve something like that. Cafeteria food or pot luck comes to mind when I hear tuna casserole. Basically macaroni and cheese with tuna.....bechamel sauce, noodles and tuna.
Kate Mantilini used to do it as one of their nightly specials, perhaps they could make it for you?