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Pariserbøf

Submitted by lsr
Restaurant Klubbens
Enghavevej 4 Copenhagen, Denmark

Translated on the English menu as "minced beef on toast," this popular Danish dish is really just an open-faced burger, with a fried, rare beef patty placed atop a single slice of toasted bread. The interesting toppings are what make it uniquely Danish: a huge pile of horseradish, raw red onions, capers, beets, pickled mixed vegetables, and a “sauce” of raw egg yolks you pour on top. A pungent and weird burger, but it was really good! I've also seen it translated on some menus as "fried tartar," which makes sense given some of the toppings.


 

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