5-min walk from Exit B2, Wan Chai MTR Station continue reading
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
Visa Master Cash
Number of Seats
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks
10% Service Charge
Review (106)
Level2 2017-01-02
聽朋友說呢間餐廳在新開時..是大排長龍的.因為是正宗西班牙菜..很多人都慕名而來..而適逢朋友生日.就來試試吧.朋友拿了坐外邊的位置..一入去感覺是很迫..完全是背對背.環境也很嘈吵.愈夜會愈嘈..但沒辦法嘛.一早就知道.見意如果怕迫和怕嘈的人千萬不要來..因為真的很迫和很嘈的..😂😂但也許就是樂趣嘛..第一樣來了😊鮮帶子..味道很fresh第二樣是這個青椒..沒什麼特別.黑松露toast..很多人推介.但說實在沒有很特別反而這個海鮮飯有驚喜.雖然是細細碟的,但材料很足..還有幾片ham.不錯鵝肝漢堡也是有很多人推介的.但也是覺得沒有很特別 continue reading
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Level1 2016-11-28
bad service, lousy music with high volume (sound pollution!!!), toilet is not clean. we just paid for the drink and left continue reading
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Level3 2016-11-21
今晚是曼聯對阿仙奴,相對於一個星期六晚上是比較靜的,全條船街只有這間西班牙菜仍然要等位。等咗20分鐘,我們被安排到吧枱位置,可以一邊食一邊睇吓啲嘢食點整。餐廳格局是走causal路線的,但價錢絕不causal。西餐要點嘢飲是常識吧!老公試了個White next, 感覺清新,唔錯,酒精成份應該幾高。我鍾意刺身帶子,這個scallop ceviche賣相及味道非常不錯,那些花花草草混合醬及帶子一齊食很配。這個pumpkin混合了脆脆黎麥、瓜子及一些不知明的脆卜卜及忌廉,又香又脆口感一流,但如果南瓜可以𣺉多少少就更好。Speyside still基本上是汁浸八爪魚,八爪魚很tender很入味,正。西班牙菜點少得suckling pig。我第一次見suckling pig是有汁的,初初還以為豬皮會𣺉哂,但又唔會喎,個皮仍然很脆,肉又𣺉,外脆内軟!菠蘿應該是用新鮮的,少少酸酸地,連埋個豬食感覺無咁油膩。完美的一餐又點少得甜品呢?這個peanut banana 用了分子料理的技巧,首先焦糖化香蕉,再加花生醬,又用痰氣凍咗花生,又食手工又食味道!老公不太嚐甜,點咗個羊奶芝士雪糕,我就覺得好羶,但老公話好good喎。總括黎講係好味嘅,有好多手工菜,但每個dish size都唔多,2個人起碼要叫5-6個先至覺得食咗嘅。2個人响咁環境食成千蚊我覺得有少少overrate咗。 continue reading
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This Spanish restaurant locates at 22 Ship Street in Wan Chai, that’s why its name is 22 Ships. My boyfriend and I arrived the restaurant like 30 minutes before dinner time, thus the restaurant was still tidying up and preparing for the dinner section. I was surprise because we weren’t the only who were waiting the table at the time, there were like 6 to 8 foreign customers as well.Time was up and the server arranged our seats at the bar table, which you can say is the front row for performance perhaps. All the dishes are printed on the table mat and you can check out the blackboard for Today’s Special dishes. We started our meal with two pieces of Market Oysters and it served along with some aged vinegar, lemon juice, oyster sauce and olive oil. The oysters look very clean and appealing, however I was struggling about which sauce to put on my piece. After the taste of four sauces, I decided to go with aged vinegar and lemon juice. Simply add a drop or two aged vinegar and lemon juice, that hint of sourness can bring out the natural and fresh flavors from the oysters. People who sat next to us were attracted by its delightful appearance and ordered two as well. Up next was another appetizer, Scallop Ceviche. I had a look on Instagram about this restaurant, seem like this is a must-order dish. Five pieces of yuzu sauce marinated raw scallop were placed on the stone plate, along with some sliced radish and cubed Chinese radish. The scallops are soft and smooth, that refreshing yuzu flavor will completely explode in your mouth. Then, the crunchy radish can bring some more textures and lead the dish to another level, no wonder this is one of the signature dish here.This Salt Baked Beetroot Salad was absolutely gorgeous, as it got an eye-catching of sharp pink and orange colors. There are two colors of chopped beetroots and they were juicy and a bit of crunchy at the same time. Pairing the beetroots with plenty of goat cheese and create a perfect balance of the taste. Moreover, it is topped with few chopped peanuts and added the crunchiness to the dish.The appetizers are in small portions, hence we decided to go for one more before the main. Jamón, Manchego & Truffle Toastie with Quail Eggs is basically a bite-size of sandwiches with couples of ingredients, filled the toasted bread with ham, manchego cheese and black truffle sauce. A hint of burnt flavor from the bread and smoky taste from the ham are quite appealing, which you can taste the light truffle too. And the end, topped the sandwiches with a quail egg and every ingredients worked well with another.It’s time for the main courses, Baked Bone Marrow is one of the special here. Bone marrow is uncommon in Hong Kong, it is possibly more usual to see at the hot pot than western dishes. The mixture of bone marrow and beef is stuffed on the bone, and it is sided with gentleman’s relish and toasted bread and onion jam. The gentleman’s relish combines anchovy, butter, herb and some spices, thus it was melting on the freshly toasted bread. It contains a really rich flavor and tastes amazing, especially that sour onion jam can erase the heaviness. A delightful meal gotta end with some desserts, so we ordered Peanut Butter, Condensed Milk and Bananas. The dessert is completely unexpected, the peanut butter is formed into a stick, condensed milk has been made into a icecream-ish thing, then sided with some frozen peanuts, caramelized banana and popping lime bites. All the ingredients were in special forms and textures, which was quite fascinating I would say. The condensed milk icecream and peanut butter stick are rather sweet, but the popping lime bites can totally freshen up the whole dessert. continue reading
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Truffle toastie is an absolute must, chorizo is heavenly and you must leave room for dessert as the strawberry sorbet with toasted marshmallows and chantilly is incredible! The restaurant itself is quite small space-wise so seats get filled up quite quickly and rightly so! Ambiance is really chilled, great music playing but the main focus of the restaurant is really their menu. It's a Tapas style restaurant and despite wanting to order everything off the menu, I'd stick to 2 plates if its just the two of you because dessert is heavy! The staff are incredibly friendly, place is cosy and I really enjoyed my meal there. continue reading
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