Distinguished by his training in tradition Chinese cooking and over 30 years of culinary experience, Chef William Chu brings you fresh and, authentic flavors of Chinese food.
Our mission at Bamboo House is to bring you fresh Chinese food with no MSG, less salt, no artificial flavor, no canned foods and no preservatives. We use fresh ingredients carefully selected and prepared each day for our dishes.
Chef William Chu grew up in Northern China. Being a third generation chef, he attended culinary school where he was trained with techniques of traditional Chinese cooking. After his training, he travelled all around China and worked in a variety of restaurants where he learned how to cook the unique dishes from different regions of China. Combining traditional and contemporary style, Chef Chu creates the most authentic flavors of Chinese food.
For your enjoyment, we carefully prepared a healthy gluten-free menu for you to enjoy.
Sichuan food or Szechuan cuisine is one of the popular Chines cuisines which originated from Sichuan, the province located within Southwestern China. The Sichuan food is known for the bold flavors. It has a pungent and spicy taste with the inclusion of garlic and chili peppers. The unique flavor of Sichuan foods is achieved due to the addition of Sichuan chilies. The Sichuan cuisine is not only linked with this taste but it has different variations which are created by the local people in the province.
The Sichuan food is not always spicy instead at our restaurant you can find variations of Sichuan cuisine. We serve Sichuan cuisine with a gentle and mild taste without making it extra spicy. However, you can customize it according to your taste buds.
Bamboo House is a great example which serves gentle and spicy Sichuan cuisine. Chef William Chu serves the authentic and creative Sichuan food with a perfect fusion of taste at Bamboo House.
The chefs at Bamboo House are aimed at providing you with the flavorful taste of the Sichuan cuisine. Chef William Chu at Bamboo house uses the combination of 24 compound flavors termed as Fu he Wei in order to prepare the flavorful Sichuan cuisine. The seven flavors in this combination are spicy while seventeen other flavors are non-spicy and give a mild taste. The most common ingredient i.e. jiaoyanweixing is a combination of roasted Sichuan pepper and salt. This combination is mostly used in all the Sichuan cuisine by our chefs.
Chef William Chu also uses the Lychee flavor which is a combination of sweet and sour flavor. It does not give a lychee taste to the dishes. The lychee sauce is applied over the savory canvas which includes fried pork with rice. The 24 compound flavors are unified when used in the Sichuan foods to give a delicate taste to the entire cuisine. It gives a strong and a pungent taste without overshadowing the taste of raw ingredients used in the preparation.
Chef William Chu who has a great experience of cooking Chinese cuisine since 30 years serves highly elegant food at Bamboo house with a unique taste. There are many Sichuan dishes that you must savor once you visit our restaurant. Few famous dishes include:
At Bamboo House, you can enjoy your meal with a variety of options from the bar list. We have beer bottles, domestic and international ones. We offer beer drafts and refreshing cocktails to lighten your mood giving you a revitalizing feel. We have 9 different types of wine at our bar. You can also have soft drinks along with the fresh juices. We offer coconut juice, orange juice, apple juice, pineapple juice, plum juice and hot refreshments such as green tea.
Visit us know to savor your taste buds with a tantalizing taste of Sichuan foods with a perfect fusion at Bamboo house. Enjoy your food in an impeccable ambiance with refreshing drinks and desserts!
Crepes at Bamboo House have a tantalizing taste to savor you after finishing the Sichuan foods. Sweet crepes are thin pancakes which are prepared with wheat flour. After preparation, these crepes are filled with sweet fillings like fresh fruits, jam, sugar and lemon juice, ice cream, poached fruits, Nutella or bananas. It is then topped with whipped cream or sweet syrups.
Mon – Thu 11 am – 9 pm
Fri – Sat 11 am – 10 pm
Sunday 11 am – 9 pm
Mon – Fri 11 am – 2 pm