béarnaise sauce

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béar·naise sauce

 (bâr-nāz′, bā′är-, -ər-)
n.
A sauce of butter and egg yolks that is flavored with vinegar, wine, shallots, tarragon, and chervil.

[French béarnaise, feminine of béarnais, of Béarn.]
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It arrived looking very splendid indeed, flanked with skinny chips, pickled samphire and Bernaise sauce.
But it sounded too good to resist, with its sugar-salted vine tomatoes, flat mushroom and skin-on fries and bernaise sauce.
For mains, the pan fried salmon with flageolet beans was yet another display of exemplary restraint from the chefs to result in a beautiful dish of simple, delicate flavours, while the USDA prime ribeye - steaks are a specialty here, with a separate grill section on the menu - was a fine cut, grilled to perfection, and perfectly paired with a bernaise sauce.
The restaurant is decorated in an unmissable tartan theme and the cuisine remains a gloriously British feast: grouse pie, roast venison, Dover sole and the mega Black Angus beef chop with Bernaise and cottage pie (don't worry, the latter feeds two).
The restaurant is decorated in an unmissable tartan theme and the cuisine remains a gloriously unmovable British feast: grouse pie, roast venison, Dover sole and the mega Black Angus beef chop with Bernaise and cottage pie (don't worry, the latter feeds two).
The food in the Edwardian Grill was top drawer, from the whole roast lobster with Bernaise sauce to the beautifully prepared loin of lamb in a black olive jus with baby artichoke.
Visitors have the option to eat from a traditional Bernaise menu in the modern surroundings of the ground floor or in the restaurant's cozy vaulted cellar.
After prompting from the waitress I agreed that, yes, a bernaise sauce was necessary to lavish over the steak at an added pounds 1.
It was the matured Northumbrian beef which I fell for though, choosing the 8oz rump steak with bernaise sauce (pounds 17.
That is about $20 a serving for salmon, topped with crab, asparagus and Bernaise sauce in puff pastry.
the Great Bernaise, who bankrupted the national treasury and lost several wars but famously declared that it was "the moral obligation of all French men and women to dine well at least three times a day"), writers with hearty appetites (Ernest Hemingway), and mistresses who satisfied king's appetites (Madame de Pompadour, who as the mistress of King Louis XV was said to have ruled France from the prone position).
My friend Michael went for the 12oz sirloin steak which also came with roasted vegetables and a choice of pepper or bernaise sauce.