Asia de Cuba


Asia de Cuba, the acclaimed restaurant at St Martins Lane in London. The inspiration for the Asia de Cuba concept is rooted in the undiscovered pleasures of the Chino-Latino cafes. The cuisine represents the marriage of Asian cuisine and technique infused with the tropical flavors of the Caribbean, home-style Cuban cooking using Asian ingredients

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Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD37.76) per diner

£26 to £40

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Asia de Cuba

45 St Martin's Lane
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 75 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Asia de Cuba

5.0 out of 5 30 January 2016
by Carolina V.

Impeccable service for a truly classy corner of Cuba in London. Tapas served in a cigar box, awesome champagne and bellinis, perfect mains and don't get me started on those Cuban doughnuts!more

5.0 out of 5 14 December 2015
by Brian C.

Saturday funday! Ok, so that doesn't work as well as Sunday funday but seeing as we had brunch and I got to have a Bloody Mary, it seems quite apt.

We had some trouble finding the hotel and the restaurant due to the lack of signs - I always just thought it was some offices above the Gymbox. Even once inside the restaurant it doesn't scream Asian/Cuban fusion... more library than anything...more

4.0 out of 5 13 December 2015
by Nickie C.

Not one to normally go into town on the weekend, I miss out on the great brunch offerings London has to offer. So when I had to be at a work thing in the late afternoon anyway, it seemed like a great chance to come try Asia de Cuba's Bottomless Brunch.

For around £50, you get unlimited cocktails (from a choice of 4 - mimosa, bellini, mojito, bloody Mary), a selection of starters for the...more

4.0 out of 5 31 May 2015
by Patricia A.

I was extremely excited when I learned about the best place - it combines my two favorite cuisines and the menu looked fantastic. But I was overall not as impressed as I wanted to be with the actual food. My impression is that many of the dishes do successfully combine both Cuban and Asian elements (and ingredients), but there is a difference between putting different things on a plate...more

4.0 out of 5 15 December 2014
by Oliver M.

I booked a table here as part of a recent trip down to London. The trip was part of a birthday celebration so I wanted to eat somewhere a little bit special. I picked Asia de Cuba for three reasons: the menu of Asian and Cuban fusion food sounded interesting, the location is great (wanted somewhere close to theatreland) and, of course, I'd read good things on here.

On arrival the restaurant...more

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