Need a cassoulet fix on the west side. Send info and confit A/S/A/P
re: Louisiana Mouth
However, at Saint Amour, it is served for two so, unless you are very hungry or like leftovers it is a tad much. L'Epicerie used to have a good one but, last time I was there, it was way too soupy and not deep enough in flavor. La Cachette Bistro has a good rendition. I wonder if Alain Giraud will be offering it at the new Maison Giraud in Pacific Palisades.
La Cachette Bistro
1733 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90401
Le Saint Amour
9725 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
9900 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
1032 Swarthmore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90272
re: New Trial
As I always expect (and welcome!) leftovers when I make cassoulet, the prospect of getting them from Saint Amour only increases my desire to try theirs. The experienced travelling gourmand comes equipped with the wherewithal to transport second helpings … and cassoulet is one of those foods that requires no refrigeration for less than an eight-hour sojourn, no matter what the FDA tries to tell us. In my opinion, it just gets better.