a dish served between the main courses or as a side dish
Origin of entremetsMiddle English entermes from Old French entre, between ( from Classical Latin inter) + mes, a dish: see mess
A side dish, such as a relish or dessert, served in addition to the principal course.
Origin of entremetsMiddle English entremetes from Old French entremes, entremets entre between ( from Latin inter ; see inter- . ) mes, mets dish ; see mess .