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I want a turkey burger!

A BIG TASTY TURKEY BURGER. WHERE CAN I FIND IT?? DOES IT EXIST??? Do you know? TELL ME. PLEEEEEEEAAAAAAASSSSSSE. Preferably in Los Angeles Area.

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  1. Are you looking for said turkey burger in any particular part of town? As you can see from these search results http://search.chow.com/search?query=t... there have been a lot of turkey burger recommendations made on the LA board over the years.

    Also, will you go back and let us know where you and your girl friend ended up for her birthday dinner (and what you had and how you liked it)? A report would be a nice way to pay off for the kindness of those who made suggestions on that particular thread.

    1. I've had very good turkey burgers at Stefan's LA Farm and Stefan's on Montana as well as Urth Cafe. I also hear that Rush Street in Culver City has a great version too.

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      Rush Street
      9546 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232

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      1. re: Juji

        I was rather underwhelmed with Rush Street's turkey burger.

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        Rush Street
        9546 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232

      2. Really liked the Umami turkey burger. Very tender and juicy with lots of flavor. Each Umami has different turkey burgers on each of their menus. (also Umami is coming to Studio City this fall)
        http://www.umamiburger.com/

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        Umami Burger
        4655 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027

        1. A lot people like Akasha's. I don't remember it well, other than that it was very moist.

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          Akasha
          9543 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

          1. For all the grief 8 Oz. gets for their beef burger, I had their turkey burger the other night and it was better than it's been in a while. (Chef Armstrong is roaming around lately so perhaps that's why).

            I order it just as they have it, with mustard greens, bacon and horseradish dijonnaise.

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            1. re: outshined

              I love that T-burger, really good.