I found this open-faced sandwich-like creation in several French-style bakeries in East Asia.
- The bottom is a narrow piece of toast.
- On top of this toast the dish is a bit like a salad. This salad mostly consists of cabbage and lots of mayonnaise with various square bits of sliced ham and what might be bread crumbs mixed in.
- It seems that at some thin layers of bread were baked right into the salad part and this forms a light crust on the top.
Several stores are calling it "凯撒", which means "Caesar, but I could find nothing about this dish anywhere on-line.Is this dish common in European bakeries? What is it called?