Little Asia

cafe asia

Overview

The dishes from our extensive menu are cooked to order, made using fresh and of the highest quality ingredients. Little Asia is perfect for leisurely dine-ins, intimate meals for two, late-night takeaways – the ideal place for any occasion.


Facilities

  • Children Welcome

  • Vegetarian Options


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