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22 Ships keeps it current with an ever-changing menu

October 24, 2014 Food & Beverage No Comments Email Email

22 Ships, the neighbourhood tapas bar located on quaint Ship Street, keepscustomers coming back with new flavour combinations, innovative dishes curated according to season and much-celebrated classics.

Autumn sees earthier dishes on the menu and chalk board, as Executive Chef Nathan Green continually evolves the menu.

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New to the menu are produce driven dishes such as Duck egg, black pudding and apple ($98), Salt baked beetroot, goat’s cheese and red vein sorrel ($98), Cauliflower, mushroom, parsley and walnut pesto ($78) andArtichoke, king oyster mushrooms and miso, truffle ($118). Dishes showcasing the best of the autumn catch include Calamari, preserved lemon and smoked paprika aioli ($118), Scallop ceviche, yuzu and Chinese radish ($138) and Red snapper, pine nuts, chorizo, peppers ($148). Meat lovers can now feast on Slow cooked lamb shoulder, sweet potato and cumin ($168) and Pork belly, chickpeas, squid, paprika ($148)

Enriching the already decadent dessert selection is the Hong Kong street food-inspired Peanut butter, condensed milk and banana ($78), with flavours reminiscent of the city’s famous waffles.

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Fear not, coveted 22 Ships signatures remain in firm stead including the famed Spanish breakfast ($108), Jamon, manchego and truffle toastie with quail eggs ($88), Iberico pork and foie gras burger, avocado, cucumber pickled($178) and the Ships favourite sweet treat, Texturas de chocolate with mint ($78).

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