Soigné

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Soigné | Adjective (Restaurant Industry) | Pron. swan-yay | A reassuring term employed by (typically fine dining) restaurant staff to communicate the polished state of something, such as a plate of food or an entire dining experience. French for “immaculate”.

Usage | “Make sure the edges of those plates are soigné before they go out…”

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