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Synonyms for fillet

a long narrow piece, as of material

Synonyms for fillet

a boneless steak cut from the tenderloin of beef

a longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish

a bundle of sensory nerve fibers going to the thalamus

a narrow headband or strip of ribbon worn as a headband


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fastener consisting of a narrow strip of welded metal used to join steel members

decorate with a lace of geometric designs

cut into filets

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This price includes champagne on arrival, the chef''s amuse bouche, a choice of starters including marinated beef carpaccio and roast pumpkin risotto laced with almond and cinnamon, an intermediate course of cajun grilled seabass, mains of fillet steak, serrano wrapped chicken breast, roasted Gressingham duck and a seafood platter.
Soups, dim sum and a range of starters are available to get your meal under way with other main courses including speciality Cantonese dishes, chicken, duck, beef, fillet steaks, Chinese roast pork, sweet and sour, Egg Foo Yung, chow mein and seafood dishes.
I chose the tuna steak, spicy potato cubes and a sweet chilli sauce while my friend opted for the most expensive option on the menu - the 8oz Welsh black beef fillet steak with a jacket potato and peppercorn sauce.
Stir the soy sauce into the fillet steak with the dry sherry and cornflour mixture.
The veal is extremely tender with a delicate and mild flavour, whilst the mature fillet steak is rich and flavour-some.
One of the most infamous of all butters is the one used for baking snails, but it can also be used on mushrooms, fillet steaks, as a stuffing for chicken Kiev and for making garlic bread.
My perfect world of fillet steaks, single malt whisky and new purple pyjamas was the result of a lovely telephone conversation I had with Jill Gough, of CND Cymru.
The six-course meal, which was served to first-class passengers on April 14, 1912, included fillet steak medallions with Madeira sauce, stuffed courgette with wild mushrooms, and chocolate and vanilla Paris Breast.
Hands up the numpty who emailed the magazine a few short weeks ago to promise I'd get "the best fillet steak in Scotland" at Cafe Bonne in Prestwick?
But there are a few thing to remember: fillet steak is tops for tenderness but for goes flavour: sirloin is the most common steak that you will come across and falls between the good flavour of my two favourites - rib eye and rump steak - with the texture of a buttery fillet.
Contrary to popular belief, although many people will opt for a fillet steak, the most expensive cut, the rib-eye and sirloin steak retain the most flavour because they are much fattier.
For the main course we had the Roast Duck Breast with Pak Choi, Spring Onions and Sweet Potato with Chilli and Honey Ice Cream, and the Surf & Turf, Medallions of Fillet Steak with King Prawns, Sauteed Potatoes, Spring Vegetables with Garlic and Chive Cream.
Packs of Scotch beef fillet steak were sold at The Jewel store in Edinburgh bearing the Irish flag and the words 'produced in Ireland for Asda Stores Limited'.
Welsh cheese, Welsh milk, Welsh egg and Welsh fillet steak are listed - and then, horror of horrors, Worcestershire sauce.
I am going to do a fillet steak and my signature dish of mash.