Asia de Cuba

Asia de Cuba


0.5 miles
45 St Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden, WC2N 4HX

In the midst of the energetic West End you’ll find St Martin’s Lane Hotel, home to the bright, buzzing and recently modernised Asia de Cuba. The restaurant attracts a mixed clientele, with breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and Sunday roasts bringing guests in to unwind after a tricky week in the office.

The restaurant benefits from a colourful, animated interior with iconic pillars, leather booths and Havana posters. The dynamic menus offer a rollercoaster of Asian-fusion flavours, techniques and ingredients. Executive concept chef Luis Pous’ Cuban roots are acknowledged in star dishes such as the calamari ceviche, tamarind-glazed salmon, Asian grilled lamb cutlets and cumin-dusted tuna. A combination of fresh ingredients, exciting presentation and sensational fl avours entice a modern crowd with a cultured palate. The final treasures are the desserts – the Thai coconut and lemongrass fl an, and guava cheesecake are dreamy. Don’t forget to pair your dishes with a hand-crafted cocktail.

To taste the breadth of what’s on offer, why not try the signature tasting menu? Otherwise, bring the fun to your social rendezvous and book a table for bottomless brunch, held Friday to Sunday – you won’t regret it. Asia de Cuba can accommodate small and large groups, as well as exclusive hires. Keep on eye on Asia de Cuba’s Facebook and Twitter to stay in the loop.

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Open: Food Served: Mon-Weds 7am-11.30am, noon-2.30pm, 5.30pm-midnight; Thurs-Sat 7am-11.30am, noon-2.30pm, 5.30pm-12.30am; Sun 7am- 11.30am, noon-2.30pm, 5.30pm-10.30pm

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