Chinese New Year Menu At…Bar Ferdinand?

BarFerdinandInteriorYeah, that’s right. Bar Ferdinand–the Spanish tapas place under the command of chef David Ansill–is presenting a menu of Chinese-inspired tapas on Friday, January 31, to celebrate Chinese New Year.

So why is this happening? Because Ansill is a fan of many things, and Chinese food is one of them. He’s a regular in and around Chinatown and figured that Chinese New Year was a perfect excuse to whip out some Asian flavors for a one-night-only party.

Tickets are $45 per person (plus tax and tip). Check out the menu below and Bar Ferdinand‘s website for more information




Bar Ferdinand’s Chinese New Year Menu

Seven Courses for $45 per person (plus tax and gratuity)
Friday, January 31, 2014

First Course
Salmon Tartare with Black Bean Vinaigrette

Second Course
Pupu Platter with Spring Rolls, Shrimp Toast, Dumplings and Chinese Tea Egg

Third Course
Chilled Sesame Noodles with Chilies

Fourth Course
General Tso’s Sweetbreads with Chinese Broccoli

Fifth Course
Long Life Duck Noodle Soup

Sixth Course
Fried Fish with XO Sauce

Seventh Course
Egg Tart, Green Tea Ice Cream

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