The Bamboo Club

(919) 792-0888

3751 Sumner Blvd, Raleigh, NC | Directions   27616

35.865260 -78.575435

Open Hours

Mon-Thu 11am-10pm;

Fri-Sat 11am-11pm;

Sun 11pm-10pm

 
Asian, Pan-Asian & Pacific Rim, $$  more

Tags: Group Dining, Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Categories: Restaurants

Neighborhoods: Northeast

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From The Owners of The Bamboo Club

Impeccable service meets better-than-most fare in this trendy Triangle Town Center Asian fusion chain.

Menu
Vietnamese Summer Rolls (goi Cuon)*, Crispy Crab Wontons (rangoon), Pot Stickers (guotie), Bc Egg Rolls*, The Bamboo Platter, Spicy Crackling Calamari Salad, Togarashi Salad, Malaysian Peanuts Chicken Salad, Glass Noodle Salad, Spinch Salad... more

Reviews for The Bamboo Club

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Very poor – One of many pan asian restaurants that have become popular. Thought we would give it a try. Not one of my guest enjoyed their food. I had the Pad Thai - bland!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why the editors like it is anyones guess.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Not "Just Chinese" – I have eaten at Bamboo several times and thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a great selection of pacific rim cuisine. Excelent selection of wine and martinis. Of course its not pf changs because it doesnt have the bad service which is offered at Crabtree and its not strictly american chinese cuisine, but most local diners who go out arent savy, so disregard the references to pf changs. I will go back many times and also try the crispy calamari salad too.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

So disappointed... – I love Asian cuisine... I have been looking forward to this restaurant opening so close to home.

My husband ordered the beef and brocolli (I think). It was overpriced, undercooked, and bland. I had the salmon and asparagus. It was so salty I couldn't eat it. Our waiter was obnoxious.

I would highly recommned La Vie on Capitol Blvd. near Crystal Palace. It doesn't have the same ambience, but the food is good and the prices are reasonable.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Disappointed – This new Asian fusion left us feeling out in the cold. We get there and the place is empty on a Thurs. nite, Uh-oh. The atmosphere is awesome. Too bad the food didn't match it. The menu offers a good variety of Asian cuisines, but this is not PF Changs. Don't go there looking for it. To me, a good Kung Pao is telling of a decent Asian eatery. The Malia's chicken is their version and it was pretty good. The Mongolian Beef however was very bland and unsatisfying. A bowl of plain, white, Minute Rice accompanied our meal. This was the worst part of the meal, hard and overcooked. Brown rice or even fried rice would've been a better option. But we weren't offered any options. The house Chardonnay was the best part of our meal. Unimpressed with the service. Uninformed and uncaring. We can spend $40 elsewhere.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

So-SO – Dined her in Jan. 04, food was alright, service was average, was expecting something a litlle more along the lines of PF Chang, but did not match up.

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