Zagat names Petite Chou’s Steak Tartare among “10 French Dishes You Need to Know” in the US.
09.13.2017 Petite Chou Bistro, World of Patachou
Yes, steak tartare is raw beef. Delicious raw beef, in fact, made from a hand-chopped tender cut of steak, such as filet mignon, that’s mixed with an assortment of fixings that may or may not include raw onions or shallots, capers or chopped cornichons, hard-boiled eggs or raw egg yolk, all dressed with a mustardy vinaigrette and served with toast points.
Where to try it: For its steak tartare, Petite Chou in Indianapolis uses locally farmed flatiron steak and mixes it with its own Dijon aïoli, plus shallots, parsley and lemon juice. It’s topped with a creamy quail egg yolk and fried capers for crunch.”
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