Asia de Cuba

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Asia de Cuba Reviews

ellechic ellechic
137 reviews
Latin Flavor Meets Exotic Asia in New York-chic Hotel Nov 18, 2008
Update - Aug 1, 2015: This restaurant has reopened in a new location. 415 LAFAYETTE STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10003


This restaurant close as of October 13 2011.


Asia de Cuba is one of my favorite restaurants in NYC!

Located in midtown's Morgans Hotel, Asia de Cuba is a trendy Latin-Asian fusion sharing-style restaurant in an elegant, marble and alabaster setting.

This two floor restaurant has the bar and lounge area on the 2nd floor with the dining area on the 1st floor. In the middle is a long 20 seat illuminated alabaster communal table. A floor-to-ceiling hologram creates a dramatic backdrop.

This place is great for a date or for groups! Staff are friendly and knows the food they serve!

The food is exceptional.

For a start, try the must-have calamari salad that exudes the exotic latin and asian flavors in the mixture of banana, cashews, and chayote, lightly coated with sesame orange dressing or the mouth-watering pan seared jumbo sea scallops with sweet and sour plantains that is succulent and seductive.

For entrees, I recommend my favorites with the perfect latin-asian mix: pan seared ahi tuna with wasabi mashed potatoes or honey-rhum glazed pot roast of pork with shanghai bok choy and enoki mushrooms.

It's pricey. Starters are from $19-31 and entrees are from $26-55, but they are large portions meant for sharing. Each dish serves 2 to 3 people, and are enlarge to accomodate the number of people in the group so the price of the entree increases as well.

They also offer a 3-course prix-fix lunch for $29 per person or early prix-fix dinner for $39 per person.
Asia de Cuba: main dining area
Asia de Cuba: 2nd floor lounge
Asia de Cuba - Chocolate cake dess…
Asia de Cuba - New location
X_Drive says:
Thanks for the review, and especially about sharing. It is pricey! :D
Posted on: Oct 30, 2009
ellechic says:
you are right! latin-asian fusion is almost like filipino food - except at asia de cuba, it's prettily presented and 4x more expensive! lol =P
Posted on: May 13, 2009
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