Asia de Cuba is the acclaimed restaurant at St Martins Lane located just a stones throw from Covent Garden, housed in a dramatically colonnaded space.
A divine restaurant that has become of St. Martins Lane's most prized assets, alongside the adjacent cocktail bar Blind Spot, Asia de Cuba is a dining experience unto its own. A booming blend of the minimalistic with uniquely carved spaces, photo frame pillars and chic white dining, Asia de Cuba is just as much a treat for the eyes as it is the stomach.
Cuban-born executive concept chef Luis Pous enhances Jeffrey Chodorow’s original culinary vision with experimental combinations and a new twist on old favourites. Inspired by the cultural synthesis of old Havana’s Chinatown, Pous interprets Asian-influenced Cuban fare for a modern crowd and a discerning palate. The new Asia de Cuba retains the same authentic preparations, tropical accents, and sharing-style presentation loved by guests and food critics alike, now enhanced with a creative new menu and a chic new dining sanctuary. Fresh ingredients, handcrafted dishes, and eye-catching interiors make for an unforgettable dining experience with surprising cultural flavours.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£5.00|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£7.50|
|Bottle of House Wine||£26.50|
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|Lunch Weekend Menu||Download|
|Sunday Roast Menu||Download|
|Group Lunch Menus||Download|
|Group Dinner Menus||Download|
A word from the chef:
The new Asia de Cuba retains the same authentic preparations, tropical accents, and sharing-style presentation loved by guests and food critics alike, now enhanced with a creative new menu and a chic new dining sanctuary.
I've only been on a few bottomless brunches in London, but one has included being in bed by 3pm until midday next day, and the other on stage with a drag queen and an egg; it was right about time that I tried something that didn't include a photo...
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