Inchin's Bamboo Garden

4.13 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: 151 W Washington Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94087, USA, United States
  • Timings: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4084819350
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids

Inchin’s Bamboo Garden located in Sunnyvale, USA is a famous Chinese food joint. This restaurant is a perfect example of a combination of Indian and Chinese food. The interiors of the restaurant are beautifully designed with Asian art. The ambience of the restaurant is good as well. They are also known for serving some of the special cocktails. Once you visit this restaurant you can even try some Indo Chinese food. Some of the special menus of the restaurant include Mongolian noodles, man chow soup and so on. The fusion of Indian and Chinese food makes this place an exciting food joint.

How to Reach Inchin's Bamboo Garden

  • Bus 54 to stop- Frances & Olson Bus Station.

  • Inchin's Bamboo Garden Address: 151 W Washington Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94087, USA, United States
  • Inchin's Bamboo Garden Contact Number: +1-4084819350
  • Inchin's Bamboo Garden Timing: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Inchin's Bamboo Garden Reviews & Ratings

  • So yummy. The appetizer with the potatoes were the best things I've ever had ever. They were like french fries covered in delicious sauce. I've never had anything more tasty. They had just a perfect kick. I also loved the chocolate spring rolls (although my husband wishes he got the lava cakes). The manager was so caring. He helped us get a stand for our baby and her car seat. He was just very helpful and made us feel very welcome.

  • Decided to drop in on for lunch at Inchin's Bamboo Garden on a Monday. It was 11:45 and the place was empty so I was starting to second guess my choice of lunch place. Finally got noticed by someone and was seated. I got the impression that the front of the house would have preferred that no one come in for lunch. They would much rather stand around folding napkins and gossip than see to the paying customers. My waiter finally came over and I asked him about the diced Manchurian chicken. He hemmed and hawed and finally said something about curry, and gravy, and Indian flavors. Call me old fashioned, but I think the staff should be able to describe every dish on the menu, and hopefully have tried them all. The food itself this trip: really good. The sauce had a bold flavor seasoned by someone who knew what they were doing. If the diced Manchurian chicken is typical, Inchin's Bamboo Garden is worth going back to. So, front of the house --not great. Back of the house -- very good. I'll give it another try to check out the consistency.

  • I felt they have improved but no; the service remains the same. That was the last time I am going in there. The guy who was waiting our table seems to be too smart. I usually add the points for the bill that I pay there so that over the period of time I get some freebies. I got few more points today and when I came home and checked my account the total points went down from initial number. Thank you for robbing me of the points. I will prefer going somewhere else than this place.

  • Mongolian beef, steamed Momo lamb dumplings, cumin lamb. Food was very good. The dumplings tasted like lamb. Service was attentive. Decor was interesting. The to go bag unique. Everything was branded, including the dishes and sauces.

  • A upmarket dining place with good selection of wine and spirits. Food tastes good. Pretty crowded during weekends. Plan ahead for some waiting time to be seated. Have to be prepared to search for a parking spot close to the restaurant.

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