A classic at this point, Asia De Cuba embodies the Asian Fusion movement that swept Los Angeles more than 10 years ago. Large dishes with influence from Asia and Latin America arrive to the table to be shared. An extensive cocktail list shows the Cuban influence with a selection of mojito's among many others. Asia de Cuba is a restaurant for celebration. An anniversary, a dinner party, you name itMy first time dining here was years ago when I celebrated my sweet sixteen. And not a whole lot has changed since then. The classic dishes remain the same: Calamari salad with bananas, hearts of palm and a sesame orange dressing; Cuban BBQ chicken with Thai coconut sticky rice and tamarind sauce; lobster mai tai made with rum, coconut and red curry (amazing but $79!).