Muffaletta? Where to find?
Anyone have ideas for a restaurant(s) that serve great muffaletta? Help! Big Time in U District used to have one but it's gone from their menu and they won't improvise off the menu. I might say that theirs was passable. I've had the real thing in New Orleans at the original place and would love to eat a similar one here...
I know they have them at both Salumi and Where Ya At Matt. The latter is a newish food truck serving southern food. I haven't had this sandwich at either of these places due to other tasty offerings. Please post how their sandwiches stack up to NO.
309 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
the most difficult part of making one's own muffaletta is obtaining the right bread - the ciabatta available in seattle is not bad but too small; the original is, essentially, a 12" round loaf - all the other ingredients (ham, mortadella, salami, provolone and the essential olive salad; even the too-small rolls) are available at delaurenti's. as for ready-made, ain't gonna happen here since the 'right' way is to be prepped in advance and sit on the counter for an hour or so macerating.