Fast, fashionable and infinitely variable


The word means open faced sandwich in French. Over the years, the simple slice of bread evolved into a delicacy, meaning a breakfast snack with refined ingredients, especially with rich or fancy spreads.

These fancy little open face sandwiches first started out as a quick snack that could be eaten without using a plate or cutlery. The structure, therefore, is very important, so in France it’s often served with lightly toasted rustic bread. 
You can use any ingredients, sweet or savoury, as long as they are carefully selected, delicately sliced and beautifully layered to create this sophisticated and elevated dish. 



Prep time

30 minutes

Total time

30 minutes


  • 4 slices of multigrain bread
  • olive oil
  • asparagus
  • pickled strawberries
  • Plantcraft pâté


Lightly toast the bread slices and layer all the ingredients on top of the tartines.

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