This venue is closed.
Once you get a load of the scene at this place—one of New York's most perennially hip restaurants, right up there with Nobu—you'll be doubly impressed the food is so good. The theme is Asia meets Cuba (or at least Latin cuisine generally), but nothing feels forced. Dishes are served family style—great for large groups. The centerpiece of the white-curtained Philippe Starck dining room is a communal table for 36. Asia de Cuba calls Ian Schrager's Morgans Hotel home.Prix-Fixe Dinner
Sun.–Thu., 5:30 p.m.–7 p.m., three courses, $39