Bread heaven! Why did we dine here? – Tartine Manufactory is Chad Robertson and Elisabeth Prueitt’s new bakery, ice cream shop, and restaurant. We love their bread, so we could not wait to try their sandwiches and desserts. This 5,000-square-foot restaurant is home to their bakery, so you can see them working their magic. They crank out a lot of bread than the old Tartine Bakery 18th street location, making it easier to score this fantastic bread. Bread from 10:30 until it is sold out.
Insider Tip – Go early before the line appears. Parking is tough mid-day.
Cuisine – American
Location – Mission
Opened – 2016
Service – Tartine Manufactory had solid servers that were friendly and efficient.
Verdict – Tartine Manufactory fulfilled our expectations. Great bread pastries, and now sandwiches. We will have to try dinner!
Is this restaurant worth a 5 minute drive? Yes. 30 minute? Yes. 1 Hour? Maybe.
Tartine Manufactory Signature Dishes – Sandwiches, Country Bread
Tartine Manufactory’s Menu has expanded to include dinner. Cool Tartine Bread Service ($32) for 2-3 people. Includes Daily Bread selection, prosciutto, ‘Nduja, Peppers, butter, pickles and more..
Tartine Manufactory Food Picks:
Prosciutto, Roasted Pear, Pecorino Flatbread Sandwich ($14) hit the mark. Quality meats, excellent bread and reasonably sized. Yes it does cost $14! Twice as good as Subway.
Porchetta, Salsa Verde warm sandwich ($16) was also very good. Not as good as Roli Roti’s but pretty good in their own right.
Chocolate Pot De Creme (WF) ($5) was thick and decadent.
Spiced Apple Crisp ($6.50) was also pretty good.
Peanut Marshmallow cookie (WF) ($2) is a huge meringue like cookie. Sweet.
Bostock with Almond Cream & Fruit sells out fast.
OK: (Order if you like this dish)
Chocolate Rye Teacake ($4.50) was average.
Baguette was surprisingly average. Stick to country loaf.
Pans: (We would not reorder these dishes)
Brioche Jam Bun ($5) was ok, nothing special
Do you agree with our review? Have you found other similar restaurants that are better?