A breathtaking sunset over a stunning bay and pool-scape feet from the chic restaurant terrace, white-on-white whimsical wonderland effects indoors, and big, distinctive Asian-Latin fusion cuisine - it's all pretty impressive. Diners can start with a tower of tuna tartare picadillo-style - flecked with currants, almonds, coconut, and olives in soy-lime juice - but we preferred the oversize calamari salad with chayote, palm hearts, bananas, and cashews. Entrées also touch upon all taste points, beginning with a juicy wedge of "sustainable" Chilean sea bass speckled with coconut and mustard seed atop jalapeño-plum coulis. A pounded palomilla of seared lamb is luscious too, as are tender planks of pork "pot roast," which pleased with a sweet honey-rum glaze and Asian-spiced bok choy plugged with nubs of bacon. Asia de Cuba offers a panoply of contrasting textures and flavors in its food, as well as a similarly quilted clientele of hotel guests and hipsters.