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Asia de Cuba to close after 20 years

Published:  26 February, 2019

Asia de Cuba, the restaurant at St Martins Lane hotel which introduced Chino-Latino cuisine to London, will close at the end of February.

It will be replaced on 1 March by St Martins Lane Kitchen, a pop-up restaurant serving Thai, Vietnamese and Cambodian food. It will also serve a brunch menu on Friday, Saturday and Sundays, including a bottomless option for £35 which includes unlimited prosecco and cocktails.

Pre and post theatre menus will also offer 2 courses for £20 or 3 courses for £25.

The hotel’s other restaurants, Blind Spot and The Den, will continue to operate as usual, though St Martins Lane Kitchen and Blind Spot will close in the Spring for refurbishment in order to introduce one of the other brands from the restaurants operated by Sbe hotels.