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Vitello Tonnato served in Seattle?

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  • Vel Sep 12, 2011 11:57 AM
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Any 'hounds aware of a restaurant in Seattle that serves Vitello Tonnato? We ate it at several French and Italian bistros in Europe this summer and I am craving some now! Barring a resto serving, any ideas where I can get cold, thinly sliced roasted veal to make my own?

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  1. Spinasse had it when I visited in January (on the antipasti menu). I have a hunch that's not the answer you're looking for, though.

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    1. re: lavaca

      It has been on the Spinasse menu for a long time. Worth a call.

      Seattle, WA, Seattle, WA

    2. Interestingly, my response was here for a while but got deleted for some reason. Spinasse doesn't show it on their current menu. In terms of acquiring Veal Roast, I had suggested Delaurenti at Pike Place for a cooked one, or Don & Joe's a few steps away for a fresh one. I'd call either before you go down there to make sure they have them.

      Maybe you'll see this before it gets deleted again ;-).


      DeLaurenti Specialty Food & Wine - 1435 1st Ave Seattle, WA

      Seattle, WA, Seattle, WA

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      1. re: acgold7

        @acgold7: Great idea--been needing a reason to head down to deLaurenti's anyway! Thanks so much!

      2. We've split a discussion about making a version of Vitello Tonato with pork loin to a new thread on our Home Cooking board. It can be found here: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/807712