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Located at chic St Martins Lane Hotel, Asia de Cuba is the new hot spot for the young and trendy. The ambiance is bold and buzzing with its art columns and dangling lights. The restaurant, like its name, combines the flavors of both Asian and Cuban cuisines to create delicacies like Miso Cured Black Cod and Plantain Rice with Avocado Salad. There is Thai Beef Salad and Crab Croquettas too. Wash it down with some Chilean wine and finish off with a Coconut Invasion (coconut, white chocolate and rum flavored banana cake) or a Cuban Opera (chocolate cake with milk chocolate and coffee).
Made in Brasil provides a taste of Brazilian culture to the uninitiated. It is a colorful bar and restaurant in London that serves delicious Caipirinha and Batida- two very popular cocktails. The ambience is that of a never-ending party in this beach-shack style venue. The food consists of Brazilian delicacies like Feijoada or slow cooked pork, Moqueca or a coconut based fish stew served with steamed rice. A wide range of tapas is also served. The Copacabana Beach Bar inside it is a great venue for private functions.
Check out Argentinian delicacies at Santa Maria del Sur- London's hottest Argentinian specialty restaurant. Try the steaks with their succulent meat. Couple it with a choice of salad or bread, and you have a winner! There is a fine variety of wine from Argentina like the Zuccardi, Piedra Negra and the Gran Lurton along with a few choice beers and cocktails. Sign off the meal with a Don Pedro or ice-cream with whiskey. Live music is also played regularly. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful too.
Situated in the green suburbs of North London, Gaucho Hampstead is a cozy, vibrant dining place. Feast on their authentic Asado barbeque in the shaded patio anytime of the year. They are famous for their steaks, BBQ's and special menus. If you want more of the taste of Argentina then you should try their A Taste of Gaucho. A beautiful place for food and wine, Gaucho's will take you on a celebration with an Argentinean twist!