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- n. Plural form of carpaccio.
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It was sliced like all good carpaccios, gossamer thin.
At the Wasabi at Delhi's Taj Mansingh Hotel, I had one of the most mind - blowing carpaccios
An assortment of tartares and carpaccios, including an intriguing octopus carpaccio (690 rubles, $23.50), were tempting, but eventually we settled on simple appetizers of soup and salad.
There are also salads, panini, ceviche and carpaccios including one of paper-thin sushi-grade tuna, bracingly fresh, atop arugula and chopped tomatoes.
Food Columnist Like the once-maligned red beet (currently starring in stylish carpaccios) and, to some extent, the long-neglected parsnip, kale has trudged
It was worth veering a la carte, however, for one of the seafood carpaccios, especially the octopus, which had been simmered, cooled, pressed, and shaved into gorgeous rosettes that looked like tiles on the plate.
To be sure, there are plenty of refinements here typical of a classic upscale Italian restaurant, from spot-on carpaccios to whole branzinos baked in a salt crust and luxurious little langostinos with delicate crumb-dusted tails of white meat that are as sweet as sea butter.