Asia de Cuba at St Martins Lane will be offering a special roast menu featuring an El Lambchon centre-piece for the Easter weekend.
The Asia de Cuba El Lambchon roast is perfect for those who wish to experience something a little different to the classic British roast dinner, this unique Cuban variation is served with signature Asian-fusion sides.
Available for lunch and dinner on Easter Sunday, guests will be served the social El Lambchon, a Cuban-style slow roasted lamb, with a range of sides including maduros, black beans, fried rice, Chinese eggplant, plantain fricassee and shiso mojo. Accompanying the roast is a selection of ceviches and salads, from which guests can choose a dish each.
The menu at Asia de Cuba is created by Chef Louis Pous, who grew up and trained as a chef in Cuba. It intertwines his heritage and experience with Jeffrey Chodorow’s original vision of Asia de Cuba. Havana is home to one of Latin America’s oldest and largest Chinatowns; the new menu represents Chef Pous’ interpretation of what Asian-influenced Cuban food would be today if Cubans had been able to innovate and evolve their cuisine over the past 50 years, when they did not have access to the range of global ingredients now available to the rest of the world.
The Cuban Roast is available to share between two or more diners on Sunday from 12pm – 10pm. The Cuban Roast, accompanied by a selection of sides plus a salad and ceviche of choice, costs £30pp (based on two people sharing – though the £60 Cuban Roast can feed two – four people).
The perfect dish to share between friends and family alike, the Cuban Roast at Asia de Cuba will provide guests with an authentic experience that lingers long after the flavours have left the palate.