Definition of langoustine
: a small edible lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) of European seas having long slender claws —called also Dublin Bay prawn, Norway lobster
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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.
His mother lured him back down with a spoonful of langoustine tartlet.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of langoustine
French, diminutive of langouste
First Known Use: 1946See Words from the same year
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