toastie


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toastie

[ˈtəʊsti] n (British)sandwich m grillé
a cheese and ham toastie → un croque-monsieur

toastie

n (Brit) → Toastschnitte f, → getoastetes Sandwich
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"She was here making a toastie so we're really pleased she remains a firm fan and hopefully we'll see her again soon."
As the name suggests, it specialises in one dish: the humble cheese toastie. And while it still has a long way to go if it's to fulfil its undoubted potential, it's made an impressive start in life.
So whether you're after a bit to eat before a show, or just looking for somewhere to grab lunch with family and friends, join us to raise a toastie to meat- and dairy-free dining.
I take up the offer of a toastie and 10 minutes later a cheese and chutney toastie arrives with some skin-on fries.
There are also wraps and toasties on the menu - a West Indian wrap, a Kingston toastie and a jerk chicken flatbread.
All burgers come with rosemary salted chips, while brunch items include a full English breakfast and cheeseburger toastie - a mustard-fried beef patty with pickles and American cheese, sandwiched between Cheddar and Gruyere toasties and accompanied by beef and bacon gravy.
Matt Elson, the man behind the 'Roastie Toastie', said: "Being completely honest, the idea for Roastie Toastie came from a hangoverfuelled Sunday morning in the Jewellery Quarter.