Cuisine & Style:
World Fusion, South American - Modern Restaurant, Fine Dining
Average main course:
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 11:30 12:00 - 14:30 17:00 - 23:30, Sunday: 07:00 - 11:30 12:00 - 14:30 17:00 - 22:00.
More about Asia de Cuba
With vibrant and sleek design, Asia de Cuba is housed in the chic 5-star St. Martin's Lane hotel in London's West End. Drawing in a trendy crowd, the fusion of Cuban and Asian cuisine at Asia de Cuba is complemented by exotic cocktails.
The Starck-designed interior at St. Martin's Lane is sleek and artistic, and the eclectic design at Asia de Cuba features minimal white surfaces, juxtaposed against bare bulbs and luxurious pillars adorned with quirky pictures.
Asia de Cuba restaurant has a lively kitchen, producing a wealth of large sharing dishes and exciting dishes like tropical hoisin roasted duck and miso cured black cod. Other signature dishes on the Asia de Cuba menu include the delicious spiced lobster, Mary Tierra, and bento boxes are popular with children or the pre-theatre and lunch dining crowds.
A sumptuous fusion restaurant, Asia de Cuba London has a special Cuban brunch fusion menu, accompanied by live performance from a vibrant Latin jazz trio. Leicester Square Tube Station is a 2-minute walk away.
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Customer Reviews for Asia de Cuba
84% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
Had a lovely evening and food was to match excellent value for money but highlight was service so friendly and professional the waitress we had was a credit to your hotel and made our evening one to remember the only criticism would be no signage one the hotel and portion sizes were big for a tasting menu as I don't like to waste food but will most definitely be returning
(5) by Daniel from Tunstead
15 May 2013
2nd time here. Loved the food, many different tastes. Just delicious. Will definitely be back
(5) by Amanda from London
13 May 2013
This is one of my all time favourite restaurants in London. It is cosy, modern and luxurious all at the same time. Perfect for any occasion and food is always 100%. There is nothing on the menu I would not recommend - food heaven :)
(5) by Erika from London
13 May 2013
Food was amazing. Every mouthful was a taste explosion. Waiting staff really friendly. Would highly recommend.
(5) by Dan from Amersham
12 May 2013
Great service and very tasty food
(5) by David from london
12 May 2013
Booked the £27 3 course option with free cocktail. Cocktail waiter forgot to add the alcohol I think. Basically a cup of ice, sugar syrup, mint and soda water. Food was bland and poorly seasoned. Crab was tasteless and the tuna looked as if it was fresh a few days earlier. Portions were very small. desert was good.
(2) by Karl from Cardiff
9 May 2013
Food was great and the atmosphere was really nice. Would recommend the Mexican doughnuts.
(5) by Mave from London
5 May 2013
(5) by Yazmine from London
4 May 2013
Food was quite good - mojitos were a bit on the "light" side
(4) by Roberta from London, United Kingdom
3 May 2013
The restaurant had no record of the booking which could have been awkward if we had requested a later table as the place became quite busy from 8pm onwards. Luckily at 6pm, they managed to find us a space, but not before insisting there was nothing on their database.
(2) by Stuart from London
30 April 2013
Despite being located on the ground floor, the dining room is open, light and benefits from pastel decor. The dangling, exposed light bulbs above each table are just a little too low and intrusive, but that is a minor gripe - only the tallest of diners would find them directly in their eye-line.
The waiter was quite eager to get our order and returned 3 times before we were ready. Mojito pequeño cocktails were good-ish but over iced. The Crab Croquetas starters, average (a little crab concoction with shredded mango sounded far more interesting and crab-based, than the plate which appeared in reality). Probably because we were dining on the 3-course £27 special, the waiter plugged every extra going. We had a bottle of water; we 'upgraded' to a different bottle of white (which although not mentioned at the time, was £10 more expensive than the bottle selected and certainly the most I have ever paid for an Austrian Grüner Veltliner which you couldn't give away 10-15 years ago)! The mains - including Cuban BBQ Chicken which owed far more to Thailand than anything Caribbean - were tasty but not especially thoughtful in presentation by today's standards. Vegetables were once again extra. Desserts were decidedly lackluster. I was assured by the waiter that the Mexican Doughnuts were definitely the best thing on the menu, but in actual fact they were dry and only rescued by copious drizzling of caramel sauce.
Additionally: 1) It took 7 attempts to get the attention of a waiter for the bill; 2) Diners with sensitive hearing should avoid.
Over all, the Booktable offer of £27 per person (£54 for two) cost £120+. Headline offer prices should therefore be treated cautiously to get the best experience.