Neighbourhood tapas bar reopens with a design & menu refresh and welcomes new head chef

22 ships tapas

June 23rd, 2020


Since its launch in 2012, neighbourhood tapas bar 22 Ships has consistently delivered an authentic Spanish tapas experience at its compact street-front space. Known for its casual yet vibrant atmosphere  – 22 Ships has enjoyed considerable popularity and become a fixture on the Wanchai dining scene. Recently, having undergone a decor refresh, 22 Ships has reopened under the culinary direction of a new head chef – Madrid-native Antonio Oviedo. Introducing a new menu – Chef Antonio continues to offer classic Spanish tapas dishes – supplemented with selections of authentic tapas that draw on a multi-regional Spanish heritage.

With a focus on fresh and sustainable ingredients sourced directly from Spain, refined rustic dishes at 22 Ships are created with a modern culinary sensibility. Among standout dishes from the new menu include Chicken Pepitoria with Ibérico Ham, Saffron and Almonds; Iberico Salchichon Tartare with Avocado Sorbet; and Sardines in Ajoblanco Almond soup with Grapes.

A new beverage program features a well-curated selection of regional Spanish wines, together with the previous signature collection of sherries and a new menu of classic Spanish street-social style drinks refreshed with culinary style ingredients.

Patrons are reminded that 22 Ships continues with its “no reservation, no service charge” policy.

22 Ships tapas


(images credit JIA Group)

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