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Favorite foods served on a paper plate? [non-food truck edition]

What good eats are served on a paper from a real-live brick-and-mortar restaurant?

For me:

Tomato Pie
Gerlach's Grill
Philippe's
Yuca's

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  1. The Hat
    Mom's Burgers
    Marty's

    And if plastic plates count, then Papa Christos.

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      1. re: A5 KOBE

        I was trying to remember if papa Cristos was on paper or plastic, but thanks for clearing that up.

        1. re: granadafan

          The Fish Grill. All locations, all of their menu. Simply yum.

          And falafel at Pitaway on Melrose. Mmm

          1. re: Miri1

            Pita way also gives you all you can eat salads which is really swell.

      2. Pacific Fish Center (Redondo Beach Pier)

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          1. re: kevin

            There is a simple search function available to all Hounds on this board. If one uses it, one will come upon this thread:

            http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/854374

            IF ones uses it, that is...

        1. Ricky's fish tacos
          Portillo's
          The Hat
          & Bludso's Compton

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          1. re: wienermobile

            "Ricky's fish tacos"

            I think carts violate the spirit of the "no truck" rule... ;-D>

            1. re: Servorg

              Sorry. You are right. Then let me add El Burrito Jr.

              1. re: wienermobile

                I just wonder if the food tastes any different on paper, Melmac, stainless steel or fine china?

                  1. re: wienermobile

                    That reminds me of the paper I end up eating every once in a while when I don't peel it back quite far enough on my sandwich or burrito...(g) It doesn't actually have much taste, but my fiber intake is definitely enhanced when that happens.

                    1. re: Servorg

                      Paper is also a great receptacle for cheese residue.

          2. I can't believe no one else has thrown Apple Pan into the mix yet.

            1. TLT
              HUMBLE POTATO (if plastic baskets lined with wax paper count)