Origin of tartarefrom steak tartare from French tartare, Tartar: hence, in Tartar style
The definition of tartare is a type of ground raw meat or fish with seasoning.
An example of tartare is raw beef with lots of spices.
that is ground up or diced, mixed with seasonings, and served raw: usually used postpositively: tuna tartare
- Chopped fine and served raw.
- steak tartare, salmon tartare
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- At lunch, give the Tartare of Ahi Tuna a try, or perhaps a Dungeness Crab Salad.
- The menu changes with the season, but almost always has a handful of staple dishes, like pan-roasted chicken, sweet corn risotto, salmon tartare and marinated grilled shrimp.
- The gumbo with steamed mussels and vegetables is popular, as is the spicy tuna tartare.