OUR BILL this week comes from four diners who sampled the Chino-Latino delights at St Martin&rsquo;s Lane Hotel&rsquo;s Asia de Cuba restaurant this week &ndash; though you wouldn&rsquo;t envy them the rum-induced headache the next day.<br /><br />After warming up with Latino cocktails and starters &ndash; including fusion-themed tuna, calamari and duck dishes &ndash; they moved on to the main event. One hungry guest indulged in a Lobster Mai Tai &ndash; a lobster boniato with a rum and coconut red curry &ndash; while Cuban chicken and Surf &amp; Turf also featured. Mexican doughnuts, a rich chocolate cake named Cuban Opera, and a banana split, Asia de Cuba style, topped of the dining.<br /><br />But the foursome really threw themselves into the event with two glasses of El Dorada, a 25-year old rum, and two of Pyrat Cask 23, not to mention a half bottle of the Hungarian desert wine Royal Tokaji. <br /><br />The feast was washed down with two bottles of Burgundy, costing &pound;200 between them, and a magnum of Perrier Joet champagne at &pound;295.