Asia de Cuba belongs to a fascinating new breed of bold restaurants that attempt to combine outrageously dissimilar cuisines and emerge as terrific hits. It’s to the restaurant’s credit that they have successfully branched out to global cities in a short span of time under the culinary prowess of Chef Luis Pous.
Inspired Chino-Latino fare
Chef Pous showcases the best of food styles and flavors from Havana’s Chinatown with global ingredients and a modern twist. So you’ll find your order comprises Tunapica Tartare (crispy wontons with avocado ceviche) or Shrimp Churros served with Thai coconut curry, Sauteed Bak Choy or Cobio (Thai mango salad).
Sundays are celebrated with Cuban-style pork or lamb roasts that are served with black beans, fried rice, Chinese eggplant and plantain fricassee.
Hard-core foodies and those on a budget ought to visit their famed Bottomless Brunch, every weekend from noon to late afternoon which are known for the unlimited servings of cocktails.