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Lamb Chops in L.A.

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Lambster Sep 3, 2009 11:35 PM

What restaurant has the best lamb chop (not rack of lamb) in L.A.?

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    JBC Sep 4, 2009 12:52 PM

    Black Sheep Bistro - Tustin ~ You might say they specialize in Lamb Chops having 9 Lamb dishes 7 of which are Lamb chops. There most requested dish:

    Four Seasons Lamb Chops - 4 large chops with 4 different sauces:

    http://blacksheepbistro.com/dinnerspe...

    On their regular menu:

    Spicy Lamb Harissa - 3 large California Lamb Chops with a spicy cayenne pepper/garlic sauce - $34.

    Lamb Chops Spanish Style - 3 Large chops baked with garlic, olive oil & herbs - $34.

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      TomSwift Sep 4, 2009 12:12 PM

      The "French" lamb chops at Musso & Frank are among the best I've had, when ordered rare. Their ordinary lamb chops are just that.

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        SeaCook Sep 4, 2009 12:25 PM

        I agree that Musso & Frank has great lamb chops. But they taste just as good medium well. They prepare any red meat well there.

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          TomSwift Sep 4, 2009 12:41 PM

          Agreed that M&F prepares all their red meats well, but my personal prefenence is rare. I wouldn't doubt that those chops are just as tasty medium well. There's a reason its called M&F "Grill." Their lamb kidneys grilled are pretty good also.

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        BHAppeal Sep 4, 2009 12:07 PM

        I'll second that request and add another -- Any local chops even remotely similar to the "Mutton chop" at Keen's in NYC. (Not actually a true mutton chop, but a giant, delicious mega-lamb chop.)

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