Open-faced sandwich had yet been a popular thing in Hong Kong until The Tartine was set to open by Michelin-starred chef Philippe Orrico, who also runs Upper Modern Bistro and On Dining Kitchen.
The new restaurant takes up two floors including a luxury all-day dining room and a stunning open terrance. Serving up a list of favourite farm-to-table sandwiches, they are all loaded with the best quality toppings, sourced mostly from the locals, over the fresh and rustically made rye sourdough.
A healthy selection goes for the organic quinoa salad. It is a nourishing appetizer with chopped avocado, colourful capsicums, crunchy edamame and salty crumbled feta. A great dish to fill you up all day.
Coming to my favourite, the berries and mascarpone sounds extremely phenomenal among all other sweet tartines.
Indeed, the sweet and cheese combination looks perfectly astonishing. Carefully sitting on the thick-crusted toast, the fresh mixed berries and creamy mascarpone has become the most beloved and beautiful sandwich I have ever seen.
The Tartine is surely a classic place to return at anytime!
A Slice Of Wonderful
Goat Cheese & Roasted Figs
Parma Ham, Aged Balsamic Vinegar, Honey & Arugula
Organic Quinoa, Green & Bell Pepper, Avocado, Edamame & Feta Cheese
Berries & Mascarpone
Mixed Berries & Candies with Mascarpone Cheese on a Tartine