Delicious Cibo Parnell, ensconced in a once tasty chocolate factory, has for the first time released an Express Menu.
Aware that their fabulous weekday patrons are often crunched for time, Cibo are excited to offer a faster, yet still highly decadent dining experience – the Cibo Express Lunch.
Available 12noon – 4pm weekdays until early November, their 45 minute Express Lunch Menu will delight the taste buds and provide a perfect break in the work day!
$44.00 two courses, $49.00 three courses
South Island West Coast whitebait, ginger soy butter
Free-range pork belly, Bali flavours, pineapple sambal, pulled pork doughnut
Green peppercorn squid, peanut custard, green papaya salad
Green power salad, green goddess dressing
Crispy skinned fish, chipotle shrimp, minted pea salad, prawn cracker
Gameford duck breast, smoked rhubarb, liquorice eggplant crumble
Angus Pure eye fillet, oxtail sandwich, gremolata butter, parsnip Beetroot summer garden – textures of beetroot, blackberry, horseradish, cacao soil, goat curd
Talbot Forest 5-year aged cheddar
Selection of Cibo treats
Cibo Parnell – 91 St Georges Bay Road, Parnell, Auckland
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