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The beautiful Bam-Bou restaurant is a southeast Asian-themed restaurant specialising in creating fresh, zesty and innovative Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese dishes right in the executive heart of London. This elegant restaurant is housed in the former White Tower - a delightful Georgian townhouse that exudes class, decadence and handsome interiors throughout. Diners are seated in the atmospheric main hall or, for private dining, there is the option of three dining rooms. There is also a dazzling cocktail bar for diners to enjoy pre or post-meal.
Head Chef Michelle Makaew has an abundance of experience creating memorable Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese dishes, and has filled the menu at Bam-Bou with some extremely delicious and innovative dishes that are all derived from exceptionally fresh ingredients and naturally sourced aromatic herbs and spices.
All food at Bam-Bou is prepared in house, healthy, wonderfully tasty and reasonably priced. The appetisers are a collection of classics interspersed with some unique creations, such as the Saigon crepes with shiitake mushrooms, white bait with chilli and lime, black tiger prawns in rice paper rolls and the lovely Bo La Lot - a ground beef and wild pepper leaf dish.
When the mains arrive, all diners at Bam-Bou are sure to be mightily impressed. While the names and descriptions on the menu may sound impressive, nothing can prepare you for the culinary feast that is about to be presented. Specials worth trying include the Bam Bou Cha Ca, the steamed sea bream, the sichuan spiced duck breast and the peppered beef fillet. Washed down with fine wines, lively cocktails, eastern infusions, spirits or simply a fresh beer, you have yourself a fantastic meal.