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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Asia de Cuba
45 St Martin's Lane
Let's get it out the way, this place is far too trendy and silly expensive - but boy what a fabulous bottomless brunch they put on! It's so trendy there aren't even any signs to help you find the place - which I found at the far left hand corner of the lobby of the unmarked St Martin's Lane Hotel, after the receptionist directed me with a knowing sigh that told me she does this ten times a...more
Great food, great service and lovely ambiance. Impressive on how it maintains the level of the new york one with a lower key. The food was outrageously delicious - starters, mains and desserts- to die for. The bill was big but worth it! Great experience.more
4 stars for fried "ropa viega tacos" which pretty much is a slow simmered beef stew wrapped in a thin like eggroll tortilla. Arrived crip and pipping hot! off the fryer just the way it's suppose to be.
Fish ceviche was also very tasty along with this chicken entree dish I had, wish I could remember the name. And ambiance is also intresting , kind of reminiscent of old school Cuba . Hey...more
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
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