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mag·ret

 (măg′rā, mä-grā′)
n.
A fillet of meat cut from the breast of a duck that has been fattened to produce foie gras.

[French, from Gascon magret, lean part of the breast of a fattened duck, from diminutive of magre, lean, from Latin macer; see māk- in Indo-European roots.]
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With a firm focus on fresh, high-quality regional ingredients (the chef enjoys strong relationships with his suppliers, and recognises the importance of provenance), the food brings back old Polish cooking techniques, and borrows the best from other regions - whether it's Italian burrata or a magret duck from France - to make for a stylish, modern menu.
None of the duck goes to waste--products on sale include duck breast or magret, duck legs to make confit, duck bones for stock and duck innards sold mostly to Asian buyers.
Menu highlights include carpaccio of scallops, fresh ginger and coriander to start; Magret of duck Marco Polo, white peaches and Sauternes roasting juices for main course; and hot raspberry souffle for dessert.
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