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Breaded Pork Tenderloin Sandwich in Los Angeles?

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Tari Jul 30, 2010 07:36 PM

Anyone know where I can find a good one of these? I would eat one of these when I lived back in Indiana and they were so good!

  1. BubblyOne Jul 31, 2010 11:13 AM

    The have an excellent "Indiana style" sandwich at Hash House A GoGo in San Diego, and have never been, but also at a place called the Chuck Wagon in Corona.

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    Chuck Wagon
    1070 E 6th St, Corona, CA 92879

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    1. re: BubblyOne
      hnsbmg Jul 31, 2010 04:01 PM

      I've gone past Hash House A GoGo many times but had no idea it was that kind of restaurant. I see they serve the breaded tenderloin in various ways, including a sandwich. From the menu:

      "Big O'crispy hand hammered pork tenderloin sandwich

      "With onion, pickles & of course ketchup on a whole wheat bun served with your choice of side. You'll think you're back in Indiana!"

      See www.hashhouseagogo.com for details. I will stop by Hash House A GoGo next time I'm in the vicinity -- thanks, BubblyOne.

      1. re: hnsbmg
        BubblyOne Jul 31, 2010 05:26 PM

        My pleasure! Martha Stewart did a segment on HHAGG a few years ago (the one in LV) and I liked it enough to try this location. Great breakfasts too.

    2. ipsedixit Jul 31, 2010 09:51 AM

      I don't know how good, but I've seen it at Callahan's.

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        Public_Offender Jul 31, 2010 01:19 PM

        Could you be a bit more helpful, counselor? Especially as there is a Callahan's in Santa Monica and another in Azusa....

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          ipsedixit Jul 31, 2010 06:59 PM

          Sorry. The one in Santa Monica on Wilshire.

      2. hnsbmg Jul 31, 2010 03:21 AM

        I love breaded-pork-tenderloin sandwiches, too, and hope this thread finds something thoroughly Midwestern, preferably at a place that serves Jello for dessert and where you feel like helping the waitress clear away your dishes, Hon'.

        Otherwise, you might think about trying Jägerhaus, where you can get decent German dishes, including a boneless breaded pork chop that could be turned into a (closed- or open-face w/gravy) sandwich quite easily. Board-favorite Pann's has excellent (when they're not overcooked) breaded pork chops, bone-in, that are convertible to sandwich duty with the aid of a sharp knife.

        See attached photo for the real thing in Indianapolis.

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        Pann's Restaurant & Coffee Shop
        6710 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045

        Jagerhaus
        2525 E Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA 92806

         
        1. OCEllen Jul 30, 2010 07:54 PM

          Or OC? Another from Indiana way back....

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