5-min walk from Exit B2, Wan Chai MTR Station
2555 0722
22 Ships offers an eclectic menu of modern Spanish tapas created by Michelin Star Chef Jason Atherton of Pollen Street Social fame – a protégé of Ferran Adrià and Gordon Ramsay. All tapas served in a buzzy yet relaxed setting, and a dynamic list of wines, spirits and Spanish beers. The no reservation- no service charge tapas bar offers diners an opportunity to experience what Atherton describes as ‘the deformalizing of fine dining’. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon-Sat: 12:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00 Sun: 12:00-14:30, 18:00-22:00
Payment Method
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Number of Seats
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks
10% Service Charge
Featured Reviews (99)
Novice Gourmet 2016-06-25
上星期同友人慶生,佢揀左呢間。環境好昏暗好有情調😅不過真係好多人好full, 等左一陣。入到去,個場好細,不過氣氛好好,I like the music👏🏻👏🏻飲埋杯sangria,relax晒😎如果想傾計呢度就唔太適合啦,要咬耳仔🙊🙊如題,suckling pig一定要食,影唔切相,友人已經一手叉左落去😂🙈皮脆,肉夠味,非常入味,而且一d都唔膩,我真係唔客氣啦🍴Cornflower salad個賣相麻麻,啡啡綠綠咁我猶疑左一下,結果佢係重點推介,口感特別,比我秒決左😆仲有個鵪鶉蛋Jamon(西班牙ham)黑松露toast,好香truffle味牙😍😍媽牙咁我以後仲點食番腿蛋治牙😭😭😭個beef都好嫩口,啖啖肉啱晒我地班食肉獸😏 continue reading
Rising Gourmet 2016-04-24
We live nearby but never tried this place before, so we decided to give it a try today. We didn't want to have too much for Sunday brunch, so we believed that tapas would be a good choice for us as the dishes are generally small.  The waiter told us the dishes are small so he recommended us to order 4-5 dishes. However, we just wanted to have something small so we just ordered 2 dishes first. First one is the Scallop Ceviche ($138)- with yuzu & chinese radish. Good taste, excellent presentation and quite refreshing with radish.Second one is the Suckling pig ($198) - The skin of the pig is very crispy and I loved it a lot ! The portion is bigger than we thought. The meat is very tender .And the taste .....hmmmm..... It's very interesting taste (in a good way). They baked it with phineapple  and red pepper. Btw, they don't charge 10% service charge.  continue reading
Rising Gourmet 2016-03-27
This tapas bar is named according to the street number where it is located, and since no reservation is available we went there by 6pm sharp to avoid having to wait. But upon arrival there was already a small queue outside, so apparently this is a popular place.Being a tapas bar the environment was more for casual drinks and snacks than a formal dining restaurant, and the tables and stools are thus meant for easy chat than comfort. We were seated at a small table near the door, and I started by ordering a fino sherry which was quite poor in quality.We started by ordering some para picar, the first being a pan con tomate with crisp jamon. The toast is crispy with nice finely chopped tomato on top, with some fried jamon sprinkled to add further to the flavor. This tapas was nice and set us off for a good start.Then we had the 48 month Iberico bellota. Quite a tiny portion and compared with all the 48 month bellota I had before, though the ham was fatty and tender, there was a lack of the strong savory taste that I would expect.The third appetizer was jamon, manchego & truffle toastie, with quail eggs. The stuffing of the toast was nicely seasoned and the strong truffle notes complemented perfectly with the ham and cheese. Again a delicious tapas which should be the standards for such a renown eatery.Next we sampled the different dishes that seems to be of interest, beginning from octopus with chili, garlic and coriander. A commonly available dish in Spain, the octopus had good texture and not over chewy, and the sauce brought freshness to our taste buds, which also paired quite well with the dry oloroso I had.For the egg we tried the duck egg, with maitake mushroom and serrano. The egg was nicely pan-fried with the mushroom and ham on the side, quite decently made but might not give you any feeling of exceptional quality or flair.One of the signature dishes of 22 Ships is Berkshire pork and foie gras burgers, with avocado and pickled cucumber. A really mini-burger, we ordered two sets so there were sufficient for the four of us. The meat was juicy and the foie gras adding the extra intensity on the flavor to make this dish the best on the night.Finishing we had Hawke's Bay lamb shoulder with eggplant and mint, with the meat cooked to good tenderness and easily flaked. Adding the eggplant and mint together there was a nice sweetness and minty flavors in addition, making this also a fairly good dish in my opinion.The service of 22 Ships was decent, as one would not expect too much from such a tapas bar, but the price was quite high for the food we had, with the bill being $1,434 for 4 persons. Not value for money in my opinion, and the food quality and overall atmosphere would not make me want to go there again.My overall rating is 40/100. continue reading