Helix pomatia

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  • noun

Synonyms for Helix pomatia

one of the chief edible snails

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We only buy Burgundy snails which are considered to be the best and they make a beautiful dish.
Tim is hoping to revive the fortunes of the pub and has drawn up a menu of moderate to premium priced dishes - starters from pounds 4 to pounds 12 and main courses from pounds 9 to pounds 25 - that include robust classics such as Whit by potted crab as well as organic farmed sea bass with samphire, risotto of broad beans, peas and asparagus, whole roast baby chicken and saute of Burgundy snails.
I spotted the escargots de Bourgogne - a dozen Burgundy snails baked in garlic and parsley butter.
Studio City, with choices of chilled parmentier soup, a country pate with Armagnac plum compote, feuillete of Burgundy snails and frog legs Provencal.
The snails used in Raymond's dishes are Burgundy snails.