- Bottomless Brunch At Asia de Cuba
- Go Bottomless. Pants Required.
Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
- at Asia de Cuba in St Martins Lane
- - London -
Everybody knows that weekends and brunch go hand-in-hand. So, when there's the chance to go bottomless, it's hard to resist.
Whatever your brunch style, you’ll find the foodie gods are always kind to you at Asia de Cuba. From classic cocktails on-tap to a Champagne celebration (plus glorious servings of delicious Mexican Doughnuts), Asia de Cuba's bottomless brunch sessions are definitely worth the hype. With a live band every Saturday too, you're bound to be Havana good time at this chino-latino hotspot.
Brunch purists, your search for the ultimate bottomless brunch is over. Asia De Cuba’s traditional Bottomless Brunch includes unlimited mojitos, mimosas, bellinis or bespoke bloody Marys, as well as family-style starters in the form of black bean hummus with malanga & plantain chips, and a main course of your choice from the a la carte menu. Pro tip: elasticated waistbands are advised.
If you're looking to step up your brunch game, Asia de Cuba’s Cocktail Brunch is the one for you. Choose an unlimited cocktail to be served alongside all of the best sharing dishes on the menu – think guava and cream cheese pastalitos, shrimp churros, mini Cuban sandwiches and so much more. Don't fill up too much though, you'll still have a main course to chow down and irresistible Mexican Doughnuts to finish.
If you really want to kick your weekend off with a bang, pop open the fizz at our Champagne Brunch. Let's face it - no celebratory meal is complete without an unlimited supply of Laurent-Perrier. Luckily for you, we've got it waiting on ice. For the table, there's all the best bits to share, one main course and bottomless Mexican Doughnuts at the ready too.
Fancy a roast? Choose any of the above brunch packages and upgrade it to a full Cuban Roast Lunch for the meal of your dreams. Including either an El Lechon or Lambchon roast as a main course, enjoy Cuban-style slow-roasted pork or lam, maduros, black beans, fried rice and plenty more.