Examples like flan, could be an open faced tart or a baked custard. Pudding, dessert or sauasage. Taco, Remoulade, etc.
Anybody have other examples?
• entrée (= first course in France)
• fond (= stock in France)
• poêle (= pan or stove in France)
• taco (= some form of burrito in France)
• coriandre (= cilantro in France)
I also found a few that have different meanings in the same country/region... such as quenelles (which is a dish made of poached pâte à choux) for example.. not sure if you are interested in those here?
The French tacos are a newer thing... past 10 years or so... here's an example of a menu. The tacos look open on the menu so you can see the fillings (including french fries) but they are served closed like a burrito that was then pressed/grilled like a panini. For a laugh, check out the TexMex menu at the bottom. Click the pic to see it in big: