tartare

[tahr-tahr]
adjective
(especially of fish) finely chopped and served raw (used postpositively): salmon tartare.

Origin:
extracted from steak tartare

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He insisted on steak tartare, well garnished with lemon and raw garlic, before
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Sunsets on the terrace and beef tartare overlooking the sea.
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