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weekend brunch | 15

wake up... asia de cuba

what // dim sum brunch party, with live cuban band

where // 1st sunday of every month @ asia de cuba, st. martin’s lane hotel

why // embrace the chinese tradition of dim sum for breakfast (i highly recommend the roast pork belly buns, cuban pork sausage stuffed calamari, and lobster chive & coriander shu mai), alongside innovative fusion dishes such as crab croquetas (jicama, mango and mirin infused slaw with roasted red pepper rémoulade), calamari salad with banana cashews & chicory, and thai beef salad of spicy seared carpaccio with avocado, shredded coconut, orange segments & asian greens. and whatever you do, don’t miss out on the mexican doughnuts for dessert (sweet brioche donuts rolled in cinnamon sugar filled with butterscotch sauce) – delish!

oh, and cocktails! don’t forget to order cocktails!







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    1. I’m not sure where you saw that Gill? The dim sum dishes are £5 – £6.50, and salads are £17.50- £19.50 (which i agree is pricey, but they are delicious!)

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