Any of various widely distributed marine fishes of the family Triglidae, having large fanlike pectoral fins and a large armored head and including the sea robins.(noun)
The flying gurnard.(noun)
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"New dishes will include prawns with spring asparagus and rhubarb citronette, and potato gnocchi with gurnard, tomatoes, aubergines and salted ricotta."