side order

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Synonyms for side order

a dish that is served with, but is subordinate to, a main course

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The only question is whether it's acceptable to have the starter AND the side order.
I'd like a plain omelette, no potatoes on the plate, a cup of coffee and a side order of wheat toast.
Shame they still threw in a side order of Ainsley Harriott, who contributed the most pretentious pronunciation on vindaloo.
McDonald's customers in Britain can now buy a side order of sliced apples and grapes, and parents can substitute the fresh fruit for fries in Happy Meals at no extra cost.
So head on over to the Miss America Diner, and order up a plate of rock, heavy on the punk attitude, with a side order of guitar distortion.
And Kaybee also suggests that the perfect side order to coffee could be a Cappuccino Muffin.
uk/ offers a nationwide directory of restaurants with a side order of reviews and a plate full of search options.
For a power-packed lunch that will keep you alert and energetic, try a small tenderloin (or grilled chicken or fish) with a Caesar salad (use the meat's natural juice as dressing) and a side order of green vegetables," she suggests.
So why not add a side order of spaghetti with tomato sauce to fattier dishes like Eggplant Parmigiana?
It's National Breakfast Week and to celebrate we are giving all Edinburgh Now readers the chance to redeem a FREE hot drink or side order with Frankie & Benny's breakfast
The 14-year-old has been on her own "O Diet", packed with fruit, vegetables and a side order of exercise, and has shed 4st.
I was surprised he didn't ask for a side order of a couple of pasties.
I was impressed by the offer of a main course and side order for pounds 11.
DINNER Large takeaway pizza with a side order of chips and cheese.
In a ritual involving salt, bread and a side order of mumbo-jumbo he'll swallow other people's sins so they can swan into heaven in the Nothing To Declare queue.