The bar at Ma Peche serves lamb neck banh mi and and also charred rice noodles with spicy lamb, bok choy, and basil. Both are quite tasty.
I also like the lamb chops at Babbo and the Duo of Colorado Lamb at Hotel Griffou.
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Lamb is one of my favorite foods, and so I order it often in restaurants. Excellent quality lamb chops are expensive, so finding them on a menu for less than $30 is difficult. For example, Keens' signature mutton chop, listed below, is $48. And their double lamb chops are $42.
You can sometimes find lamb chops on lunch menus at a cost to fit your budget since portions tend to be smaller. At Tulsi, Hemant's superb Tandoor-Grilled Lamb Chops are $34 at dinner but $24 at lunch.
Photo of Hemant's Tandoor-Grilled Lamb Chops: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11863391@N03/5383830244/in/set-72157625768378231
Less expensive cuts of lamb and burgers made from those cuts will, of course, be cheaper.
On Maialino's lunch menu, Braised Lamb with Black Olives & Spinach is $23.
At DBGB, the Lamb Merguez is $14 at lunch and $15 at dinner.
Lamb Merguez photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11863391@N03/3971326654/in/set-72157622494353416
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$30 for the lamb dish? Or $30 including appetizers, dessert, drinks, tax and tip?
My favorites include:
- mutton chop at Keens
- lamb burger at The Breslin
- smoked lamb link at The Dutch
- cumin lamb at Szechuan Gourmet
- cumin lamb burger at Xi'an Famous Foods
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