Jan 21 2009

Cellar 56 Menu - Seafood Tapas

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Cellar 56 - Atlanta, Georgia - Tapas and Wine Bar
Cellar 56 Atlanta Tapas Sea Menu

Part of 7-article Cellar 56 Review at CheyenneJack.com

Cellar 56 Sea Menu Review - $5

Best Sea Tapas - Jumbo Lump Crabmeat, Avocado, Grapefruit Mojo
This has the potential to be a Cellar 56 signature dish. This unique blend of flavors with the crabmeat and avocados smattered with the Mojo is a treat. Hopefully they will offer a small cracker with this dish in the future. In doing so, I think this will be a requisite dish for all new-comers to try. Even repeat visitors will enjoy consistently starting their Cellar 56 tapas dining experience with this signature, "Get Ready to Explore Taste Tonight" dish.

Seared New Bedford Scallop, Sweet Corn, Nueske’s Applewood Bacon
You receive just one perfectly flavored scallop in this dish, but forunately it is very large and can be cut into 4 bites and shared. Be careful though, sharing may lead to many more table orders of this delightful seafood tapas dish.

Sweet Georgia White Shrimp, Tasso Gravy, Logan Turnpike Grits
Two very large, very tasty shrimp. I didn't taste too much of the extra flavorings but only because I think the shrimps flavor was so great it overpowered the rest.

Pan Fried Oysters, Cayenne Sweet Potatoes, Smithfield Gravy
I'm not an oyster fan myself, but these were quite good. The rest of the dish was extraordinarily tastey. I'm sure the carpenter and walrus to love would give it a thumb and a fin up: coo coo ca choo!.

Grilled Flatbread, BBQ Shrimp, J. Samuel Whiting Bacon
It took me until today to realize that we did not get this dish. Darn! Guess I'll have to go back sometime, starting with the lump crabmeat and avocado dish of course.

Flash Fried Calamari, Peppadew Peppers, Red Chile Aoili
This tapas is like a strange blend of authenticate mexican salsa and calamari combined. This assault of flavors threw me off at first, but started to grow on me just as the plate was replaced by more food to be sampled.

Crock of Mussels, Grilled Ciabatta
The mussels had a very good buttery flavor to them, only to be whisked away by the flavor of mussle in my mouth. I'm not really a mussle in my mouth fan, so I didn't like this dish much. However, someone who does like mussles and butter may enjoy tearing these guys out of their shells and devouring away.


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