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open sandwich

n
(Cookery) a slice of bread covered with a spread or filling but without a top
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Noun1.open sandwich - sandwich without a covering slice of breadopen sandwich - sandwich without a covering slice of bread
sandwich - two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them
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open sandwich

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Near the shopping district on Calle Marques de Larios, La Taberna del Pintxo is famous for its varied and delicious open sandwiches -- a staple of Basque cuisine.
It's a newly opened Swedish cafe, with Scandinavian design throughout and authentically Swedish, high quality food including open sandwiches 'smorrebrod', bread, pastry and cakes.
Try the city's famous smorrebrod (mouthwatering open sandwiches) and the hindbaersnitter (delicious raspberry pastries)!
On the food front, there are fish, pork and vegetarian platters for sharing, as well as a cheese board, open sandwiches and delicious pies from SJ Bebbington butchers, in Westminster Park.
Another passenger favourite is Mamsen's, named after the founder's mother, which serves Norwegian specialities at breakfast and lunch, including Nordic pastries and open sandwiches.
The lands and sea offer up the freshest and best ingredients, exemplified by dishes such as smorbrod (open sandwiches), gravlax (cured salmon), reinsdyrsteik (reindeer roast) and krumkake (rolled crepes filled with whipped cream).
It puts a more modern spin on the traditional offering in its L37 restaurant with a selection of seasonal open sandwiches and savoury wraps, followed by miniature gateaux and pastries.
The food variety offered at the festival ranged from the local bun kebab to traditional items such as chapli kebabs and gol gappas to western cuisine like Danish open sandwiches and khao suey.
Items on the menu include local dishes such as fatoush or taboule salad as well as a selection of open sandwiches, breakfast and all-day sandwiches and wraps.