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West Side or South Bay - best egg salad sandwich?

I drool over the reviews of the Egg Salad sandwich at Euro Pane, but with current gas prices, can't justify a trip to Pasadena just to pick up lunch to bring back to West Side of LA - any tips of a memorable, good (if not great) egg salad sandwich west of La Cienega?

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  1. Le Pain Quotidien Manhattan Beach, Egg Salad with organic eggs, organic olive oil, capers and anchovies open face on fresh bakery bread. Good sandwich.

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    Le Pain Quotidien
    451 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

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    1. re: wienermobile

      Le Pain Quotidien makes a great egg salad sandwich. I have had it in the two Brentwood locations.
      For a mayonnaisey version, I like the egg salad at Clementine.

      1. re: maudies5

        The only thing is they won't let you change the bread. I ordered it and wanted different bread and they wouldn't do it. We left. They say it is a corporate thing. If I am paying for a meal I want what I want. I can understand somethings, but bread?????????

    2. I'm no expert but I really like the egg salad sandwich at the Curious Palate.

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      The Curious Palate
      12034 Venice Boulevard, Mar Vista, CA

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      1. re: hrhboo

        I actually like the egg salad sandwich at the Apple Pan. I normally skip the burgers there in favor of the egg salad sandwich. Its done well..

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        Apple Pan
        10801 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064

        1. re: Foodandwine

          Agree that the Apple Pan egg salad is great as is their tuna salad.

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          Apple Pan
          10801 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064

        2. re: hrhboo

          HAS to be with the crispy guanciale...

          --Dommy!

          1. re: Dommy

            But of course :)

            I also have to give a shout out to the egg salad sandwich at Bluebird.

        3. Second the recs for LPQ and Curious Palate. LPQ's definitely feels like it's inspired from the other side of the Atlantic - the anchovies and capers are the key. Curious Palate's gives some serious thought and focus to the basic American formula, and flourishes it with flavorful crispy bits of Italy.

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          The Curious Palate
          12034 Venice Boulevard, Mar Vista, CA

          1. Many thanks, all - I have my next few Sat lunch picnics well covered - happy eating!

            1. I've got to say, for a classic, diner egg salad sandwich, Nick's Coffee Shop on Pico/La Cienega can't be beat (even by Apple Pan). I go there to get it about once a week.

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              Apple Pan
              10801 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064