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 flavours of the Caribbean, home-style Cuban cooking using Asian ingredients
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Asia de Cuba
45 St Martin's Lane
- +44 (0)20 7300 5500
Top 5 reviews of Asia de Cuba
Stands the test of time
In London there are not many restaurants that manage to remain hip, maintain good service and quality; usually after a couple of years at least one of these elements is gone.
Asia de Cuba is a place with attentive service, very good food (and considerable portions). Decor hasn't changed since it first opened, yet it still looks fresh and interesting.
My dinner was... more
More than 80 reviews, so not much new to add... I no longer have an expense account for fancy business lunches but the board outside advertising an £18 bento box lunch sounded like a good excuse to enjoy a bit of a treat. This seems a well kept secret, the food was delicious and excellent value and Asia de Cuba and the St Martin's Hotel are as stylish as they have always been. Lovely staff, too. more
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
I haven't had a meal as lovely as this for a long time! It is one of the few true fusion places and I loved every bit of it!
We had the £60 menu. It was a tat pricy but the food was absolutely fab! 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