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Favorite Dish From a Movie You've Enjoyed at an LA Restaurant?

I'll kick it off: The Margherita Pizza from Eat Pray Love at Sotto. The Sole Meuniere from Julie and Julia at South Beverly Grill (Thu-Sat only). The Red Bean Jook (Korean Porridge) from Masquerade at Yongsusan.

Sotto
http://www.yelp.com/biz/sotto-los-ang...
South Beverly Grill
http://www.yelp.com/biz/south-beverly...
Yongsusan
http://www.yelp.com/biz/yongsusan-res...

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  1. The spaghetti at Miceli's from Lady and the Tramp!

    1. The beans from Blazing Saddles at San Marcos Mexican Grill

      http://www.yelp.com/biz/san-marcos-me...

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      1. Dragon Juice (Pepsi) at Medieval Times from The Hobbit The Desolation of Smaug.

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        1. The vodka in a paper bag from Leaving Las Vegas (at the Tanked to the Gills in the Alley - Los Angeles).

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          1. re: Servorg

            How about one tiny little wafer-thin mint from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life and a chocolate covered mint-stick from LittleJohn's in the Farmer's Market: http://www.yelp.com/biz/littlejohns-e...

            1. re: Servorg

              baked beans a la ann-margaret from 'tommy'

            2. Sorry, but this post doesn't register with me.

              Would someone please explain ?

              1. Red Medicine's take on porridge from Oliver.

                  1. I'm sure a few places have served Timpano from Big Night, but I can't say that I've seen it as a regular menu item.

                    1. I'm trying to remember, I'm sure mine has something to do with cake, meringue, ice cream, petit fours, or something like that or even baked Alaska. They had baked Alaska in a James Bond movie but it turned out to be fake. It was a bomb. Rather, it was a bomb that was a bomb!

                      Oh, in "a Christmas Carol" the meal at the end for Christmas, had roast goose, English steamed pudding, and I know what that's like it's fantastic. Yummy!