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The Michelin three-starred restaurant in the Assiette Champenoise hotel offers more than 1,000 different champagnes (with all levels of bubbliness) to pair with its particularly haute cuisine: truffles, langoustines, foie gras, and sea urchin.
The tasting menu at Aska, which is situated in a 19th-century former factory in Williamsburg, features dishes like langoustine veiled in an herb bouquet, later followed by lamb’s heart—cured, blackened and powdered over pickled sunchoke.
His mother lured him back down with a spoonful of langoustine tartlet.
Stop for lunch or an early dinner in the nearby village of Stokkseyri for a langoustine feast at Fjorubordid, and visit Draugasetrið, the Ghost Center.
Delicious at both lunch and dinner, the prix fixe menus range from caviar, snapper and tuna to langoustine, white tuna-kobe beef and skate.
Local red prawns, langoustines, olives, figs and plums also frequent his menu.
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Origin and Etymology of langoustine
First Known Use: 1946See Words from the same year
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