assiette

assiette

- A prepared dish of food, French for "plate, course of a meal."
See also related terms for plate.
References in classic literature ?
"I consider, and I have embodied my views in a note on the subject, that in our day these immense salaries are evidence of the unsound economic assiette of our finances."
Surface assiette destinee au projet : 15 000 me`tres carres environ.
Et pour cause: les consommateurs sont de plus en plus exigeants et font plus attention a ce qu'ils mettent dans leur assiette.
Et l'AFT de preciser encore que [beaucoup moins que] l'octroi d'une option sur un terrain touristique est une forme de mise a la disposition d'un investisseur d'une assiette fonciere qui lui permettra d'engager les etudes techniques et les tractations financieres avec les banques.
Onto the main course and we chose to share the assiette of steak, with cuts of flank, flat iron and hanger for two at PS50.
TLa Belle Assiette has come to Birmingham with its 'Uber-for-chefs' service which matches great local chefs to people who want to experience gourmet-quality food in their own homes.
Also available are smaller sharing dishes, stone-baked gourmet pizzas and a select dessert menu that includes an assiette of desserts which is three of the best desserts currently on the menu brought together on one plate.
Between us, my husband and I devoured sumptuous scallops, wood pigeon, tender venison and partridge before polishing off a plum and almond cake and an assiette of chocolate.
Assiette de Fromage: Assorted French cheeses, grapes, figs, candied walnuts
Now available are free flowing tapas for PS25 which includes six tapas dishes, a basket of home made bread and a chef 's assiette of puddings.
Il n'etait pas totalement dans son assiette depuis samedi, la topographie des deuxieme et troisieme etapes desservant son ambition.
The German menu had starter of leg of goose, walnut, pumpernickel, quail egg, quail breast, parsley and truffles; main course, fillet and leg of suckling pig, ceps, potatoes, chervil root, tomato and carrot; dessert, assiette of plum and Tonga bean, with chocolate and mace.