Seattle >Bamboo Garden
mouth watering great food. Absolutely fantastic food...if you have any reservations about vegetarian food this is the place that will convince you just how good vegetarian can be. My mouth waters just thinking about it...be sure and try the sweet and sour chicken, it is terrrific. Great dinig experience in a funky little setting. Take in a hockey game before or after dinner, make it a great night out. Enjoy!
Delicious. I would recommend the wonton soup and their mushroom "eel" is SO delicious. Peanut pudding was a tasty dessert. Only downside was their heavy-handed spices on certain dishes.
park there and die. My roomate is a vegetarian and considered going to bamboo gardens. we went to park in their lot, only to find it is $10 for 0-2 hours....HA! some guy came out yelling at us about parking and how we didn't pay so we left and went to a neighboring restaraunt. We needed to revisit the neighboring restaraunt the same day.... my roomate turned around in the parking lot for 30 seconds or less...and by the time I got back there was the same man and an old woman writing down her license plate....for what? Perhaps these caloused idiots should focus more on their food and less on condemming poor seattle drivers who simply tried to turn round.
only a vegetarian could like this place. This is some of the worst food that I have ever had. We took my in from out of town kosher family there one night and we almost all threw up.
Its all in what you order. Tricky tricky. Order the wrong thing and you could really get something unappetizing. Order the right thing and be prepared for delights. I avoid the fake meat and stick to vegeteable dishes noodles and the daily corn chowder soup
Vegans and carnivores find middle ground at this popular Queen Anne spot that focuses on creative vegetable protien substitutes..
In celebration of Chinese vegetarian tradition, no meat or seafood is offered here; instead, enjoy various forms of vegetable-protein substitutes. The clean flavors of mushrooms, bok choy, asparagus and snow peas are all featured. Fresh greens or noodle dishes (especially the pan-fried rice noodles) are seen regularly. Desserts include a hot peanut pudding.
I'm a non Vegetarian person, but do love eating Vegetarian food, if you can understand that. I went here recently for the first time. It was a pretty busy Saturday night, but non the less I can see why. The food is DELISH. We started off with hot and sour soup, which was pretty good, and we had thier "meat" dishes. It wasn't at all bad, It may be the same "chicken" with different sauce, but it was very good. The vegetables are also very good, and not over-sauced.
Thier dining room gets cramped and you feel like you're crashing the next table's dinner party, but hey, the food is so good, that you will end up not noticing it. I highly recommend this place for good vegetarian food. The service was jumpy, but it was also busy. The waiter was attentive towards us, but like I said it was jumpy.
great value, good vegetarian food.
My wife and I went here for the first time a few days back. After the reviews from here and friends, our expectations were set quite high and we were not dissapointed. They have free parking, the seating was prompt and the service good (we liked the fact they they dint bother us too often and at the same time dint leave us waiting for them!)
The food was quite good and better than some of the other veggie/kosher only places we have been too. The 'meat' dishes we ordered were pretty good too and it was good value for the money.
Overall, we would definitely recommend this place for a try and are sure the visit again.
Good food, bad service.. My boyfriend and I visited Bamboo Garden for the first time a while ago. Although there was no one else waiting before us, we had to wait 45 minutes to be seated. Then our waiter proceeded to ignore us in favor of the large table next to us. The food was really good, but the service left much to be desired. Maybe we'll give it another try at a less busy time.
Vegetarian, kosher - good inexpensive food. Large menu, good food and friendly service make this last remaining kosher restaurant in Seattle City Center (near the Seattle Center) a good place to visit. If you do not want to eat there - no delivery, but call in advance after reviewing menu on their web site, and it will be ready for pickup.
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