Definition of surf 'n' turf in English:

surf 'n' turf

Line breaks: surf 'n' turf
(also surf and turf)

noun

[mass noun] chiefly North American
A dish containing both seafood and meat, typically shellfish and steak.
More example sentences
  • There's never been a shortage of restaurants on the Oregon coast, most of which cater to tourists with menus heavy on chowder, burgers, and surf and turf.
  • Black pudding may be a staple of the classic northern English fry-up but in recent years it has had a glamorous makeover as our chefs team it with fish and seafood in a very upmarket take on surf and turf.
  • This flavorful way of eating burgers brings new meaning to surf and turf.

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