Asia de Cuba

St Martin's Lane Hotel, 45 St. Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4HX

(4.3)
World Fusion

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Average
Main Course £30
Food Spend £60
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.

Excellent value for money. An afternoon tea with a difference. Highly recommend.

Carol Bown 4 April 2014
From Royal Borough of Greenwich

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More about Asia de Cuba

With vibrant and sleek design, Asia de Cuba is housed in the chic 5-star St. Martins 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.

Customer Reviews for Asia de Cuba

4.3

(based on 180 reviews)

86% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
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  • romantic (106)
  • dinner (93)
  • luxury (84)
  • entertainment (75)
  • business (74)
  • large parties (65)
  • trendy (65)
  • lunch (45)
  • child friendly (27)
  • afternoon tea (27)
  • value (23)
  • private dining (16)
  • views (15)
  • breakfast (13)
  • al fresco (12)
(5)
15 April 2014 by Sarah Clare from Hertfordshire
My friend & so had a lovely afternoon tea with champagne.
(5)
13 April 2014 by John Cooper from Bracknell
An afternoon tea with a twist! We had a great waitress who explained how the tea would be served and what it consisted of. The champagne was served at the perfect temperature and the food was delicious. We particularly enjoyed the savoury part of the tea, absolutely everything was attractively presented and the servings are very generous. Great value for money and definitely recommended.
(1)
10 April 2014 by Shelley Metliss from London
Overpriced and very odd tasting food. XO and E&O far better. Some food combinations inedible. And so overpriced-they are taking the Mickey
(4)
8 April 2014 by Lisa-marie Pine from London
Great afternoon tea with a difference and the staff were lovely!
(4)
4 April 2014 by Beth Marshall from London
The food is delicious and interesting. The main criticism is the noise - difficult to hold a conversation without raising voices, difficult to catch wait staff's attention without shouting. However, sharing dishes is fun and the food looks and tastes great.
(5)
4 April 2014 by Carol Bown from Royal Borough of Greenwich
Excellent value for money. An afternoon tea with a difference. Highly recommend.
(4)
1 April 2014 by Gina Connor from London
This was a birthday celebration so as we are mature women we buy each other experiences not presents. This was a lovely experience for us all. The food was different, with different tasting teas. Would definitely do it again.
(4)
1 April 2014 by Jackie Jamieson from London
Hadn't been for a long time...but food was excellent. Waiter was a wee bit slow! Everything else was great.
(5)
27 March 2014 by Lynn Bunt from Tonbridge
Really lovely afternoon, ticked all the boxes. Very pleasant staff, not rushed at all - fab food. Totally enjoyable experience...
(2)
25 March 2014 by Julia Bazely from London
Used to go here a lot years ago. Always good. Poor yesterday. All dishes were luke warm. Very sweet in nature and really not great overall. Expensive. Building and restaurant felt tired. Overpriced and very average. Half our party hardly ate. Did mention to staff but very little reaction. Staff nice but very busy and the whole experience felt strained. Very uncomfortable chairs too. Would not return. There are much better places to eat in london with nicer surroundings for the money.

Asia de Cuba

St Martin's Lane Hotel, 45 St. Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4HX

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