Founded in 1959, the Tallyrand restaurant in Burbank, CA is a landmark known to many for quality home cooking and an interesting mix of regular customers. When I took my dad here for lunch the other day, we sat on the patio between a hardcore biker, a family returning from a wedding (apparently the food at the reception wasn’t as good as the Tallyrand’s), and a couple film students planning their next project.
I spied my next meal as soon as I opened the menu. An egg salad with bacon sandwich. Sounded like an intriguing twist on a traditional summer sandwich for this bacon lover. I ordered it on toasted white bread and wondered just what the Tallyrand had in store for me.
When the meal arrived I was definitely not disappointed. As any true bacon connoisseur does, I removed the top of the sandwich to inspect the quality and distribution of the meat. Just take a look at that picture — thick, crispy, and completely covering the lettuce. I was impressed.
From the first bite to the last the bacon and egg salad sandwich from the Tallyrand restaurant was a clear winner. The quality of the bacon was top-notch and it was cooked to perfection. The salty bacon played well off the Tallyrand’s tangy egg salad recipe. The Smaste™ rating for this sandwich comes in at a hearty 43.785.
If you’re in the Los Angeles area and love bacon, take a drive over to the Tallyrand and order the bacon and egg salad sandwich. Still not convinced? Read some other people’s opinions on Yelp.
1700 W Olive Avenue
Burbank, CA 91506
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