Lived in Lucerne for over 2 years and often go to BamBou. Great beef and the sushi is fanastic. Good selection of wine too
Went here for a business dinner with the question if Bam Bou was OK for me.... After not having visited this restaurant for a couple of years as I had some less good experiences in the past I thought why not give it a try again, as I heard Andrew Clayton, the Chef who opened the restaurant in 2000 is... More
We are from San Francisco and normally would not order sashimi and sushi in a Swiss restaurant. But some friends took us here and it was amazing. Every single thing we tried from the crab cakes to the Thai curry soup to the raw fish was outstanding. Those who ordered the tenderloin of beef loved it, but the beef tartare... More
The kitchen of Bam Bou servs a very interesting croos-over food. European food in a asian way. It tasted very good and all the different tastes combined gave us a great experience. Sashimi and beef tartar, tuna, cod and beef - together with nice Italian wine was perfect.
Asian fusion food is often an excuse for overpriced and fussy food served in tiny helpings and at great expense. Chef Andrew Clayton is an American who spent time out East to our great profit since he is producing dishes of imagination and taste. He recommended we start with the starter selection - Pearls de Bambou. All good - the... More
In the bottom of The Hotel, Bam Bou caters to upscale Asian cuisine tastes. Service is impeccable. The wine selection is extensive and the food was superb! The cost reflects the quality in this case.
The restaurant is open and comfortable. The cocktails are better than expected. I'm used to having a lot of ice with my drinks and the drinks here are North American standard. The menu is small but with some interesting things. My husband ordered the spring roll to start and the portion was huge. My tuna carpaccio was very good. Unfortunately... More
Really enjoyed this restaurant. It ticked all the boxes for food quality and originality and presentation. The staff were attentive and the atmosphere fantastic. Only down side was there was only 1 prawn in the entree dish.
The restaurant serves good food, but you should absolutely avoid taking any sushi or sashimi. They really dont know how to do them! And for example "Big combo" was overpriced compared what you will get. This used to be our favourite restaurant in Luzern, but not anymore!
For the first 2-3 years was a fantastic restaurant with incredible fusion food and outstanding service. It all slowly went to hell with the menu changing in worse, portions getting smaller, prices going up. Only the Maj Tai at the bar is still very good
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