Bambuza Bistro - CLOSED
Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle Weekly's Description
This Vietnamese bistro serves a loose brand of Southeast Asian cuisine, offering shrimp rolls and catfish alongside satay and vegetarian pho. The appetizers and sides are much better than the entrées; to get the most out of your eating experience, stick to starters like crispy spring rolls (cold rice-paper wraps of shrimp and pork, served with peanut sauce) and prawns with candied walnuts.
Tips from foursquare
Traditional Vietnamese specialties, including salad rolls, sugar-cane-skewered shrimp and stuffed crepes, along with other Asian-style fare that will seem more familiar to Americans like spring rolls.
One of my favorite spots get the teriyaki bento :-)
A downtown Asian staple, from Vietnamese sandwiches with fresh herbs on a French baguette to Korean marinated short ribs. 52% off 820 Pike St. food and drinks at http://www.yollar.com/seattle
Get the drunken crispy chicken! A-freaking-mazing!
Come here during lunch on the weekdays and try a Vietnamese sandwich.
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