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tartare

[tahr-tahr] /tɑrˈtɑr/
adjective
1.
(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 his performances.
  • Tuna tartare is one of those dishes that acts as a canvas for a chef's culinary sensibilities.
  • Sunsets on the terrace and beef tartare overlooking the sea.
  • Steak tartare gave way to, well, hand-chopped steak.
  • Expect the likes of smoked beef tongue with chickpea puree and pickled shallots, and garlic beef tartare under a crusty pastry.
  • The tapas menu includes such dishes as truffle potato chips, ceviche and tuna tartare.
  • So next time you ask one out on a hot date, make sure you know which ones dig raw liver tartare for their first course.
  • Try the tuna tartare as a starter and then some authentic bouillabaisse.
  • Tuna tartare, beef tongue confit and country-style ravioli are all on the menu at this fine-dining establishment.
  • The specialty is local seafood, from various oysters to grilled herring and tartare of butter clam.

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