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Lucale unveils new seasonal dishes for summer

Neighbourhood Italian in Sai Ying Pun launches new bites for summer
Written by
Sam Evans

Lucale in Sai Ying Pun unveils a host of menu-bolstering new dishes to ring in the summer months. The new dishes, which will stay on the menu indefinitely, promise to keep diners refreshed and satisfied as the temperatures outside soar. There are new additions of salads, and also hotter, meatier dishes. The new menu items include cold spaghetti salad ($298), which comes topped with caviar and Sorrento lemon, chives and shallots; and marinated salmon salad and avocado crème ($188), with quinoa, green apple, and ponzu sauce.

Lucale's marinated salmon salad with avocado crème

As for the hot dishes, Lucale will be serving up appetising offerings like black and white tagliolini ($268) with clam jus, scallops, brandy, and Mediterranean prawn quenelle; and Mediterranean-style black cod ($268) with paral pachino tomatoes, and Pantelleria capers with potato puree. Vegetarians will also be catered to in this regard, with the ravioli with Viadana squash and mascarpone ($198), which comes with amaretto, pistachios, and black truffle.

Lucale's Mediterranean-style black cod

These exciting new additions to the menu make Lucale a good prospect for those wanting to enjoy summer fare with friends and loved ones. For more of the best seasonal eats in the city, check out our list of the best new menus for summer.

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