Because bamboo is one of the world’s fastest-growing plants, engineers must harvest this menace for food, clothes, and building materials before it acquires a taste for human flesh. Today’s Groupon satisfies your requirements for survival with $40 worth of Asian fusion cuisine for $18 at The Bamboo Club Asian Bistro in Scottsdale.
Though advanced video cooking technology makes it possible to cook any recipe through the tutelage of a pocket-sized machine, no toys can replicate the out-of-the-house dining experience. The Bamboo Club’s warm, welcoming interior offers respite from the harsh whispers of the wall-people at home, and the handsome, outdoor patio is an ideal spot for breezy dates.
Bamboo Club’s menu blends Asian cuisine with western spin to intrigue but never befuddle the mouth. Begin your culinary voyage with pork and veggie pot stickers ($7) before embracing the beautiful plating of Bamboo Beijing duck with Asian pancakes ($16) or looking seaward to Tahiti glazed shrimp dressed in pineapple and candied walnuts ($17). Any shucker will sigh with contentment after a dish of fresh Maine sea scallops topped with a spicy apricot sauce ($19.50), and land-roamers can customize their filet mignon in the Hong Kong flambé style, Korean garlic style, or with a cabernet shitake-mushroom sauce ($28).
Don your best bamboo suit and shuffle away from the banality of everyday maplewood clothing.
Not valid on Valentine's Day.
- We dined with two friends who we consider Asian food experts and they raved about the strawberry ginger salad and the filet entree on New Year's Eve. Our food was done to perfection and the staff couldn't have been more efficient and friendly. – OpenTable user who dined on 12/31/2009
- Bamboo Club is one of our favorite neighborhood restaurants. Booths are quiet and comfortable. Excellent food offered with excellent service. – OpenTable user who dined on 10/03/2009
- The orange beef was to die for! – Kyle Foxcroft, Urbanspoon
Dishes from Vietnam, Thailand, China, Hawaii, Korea, and Japan all intersect at Bamboo Club, which treats guests to a colorful spread of cuisine from across Asia and the Pacific. Starters such as seared ahi tuna and potstickers serve as prelude to entrees of pad thai, Bejing duck with pancakes, and Korean-style grilled beef.
Private parties of up to 35 guests gather in the secluded Bamboo Room for tucked-away luxurious dinners and cocktail-sipping sessions. The eatery is even outfitted with wireless internet access for important business meetings and an LCD projection system for important shadow puppeteering.
8624 E. Shea Blvd.
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260Get Directions