Bambus - Reykjavik
Happy hour is from 5:00-7:00pm - Grab a drink and relax in the beautiful lounge
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Bambus is a new restaurant/lounge in Reykjavik that gives you the best of both worlds - Authentic Asian food in a beautiful and stylish environment for a reasonable price, and people are quickly catching on. The skilled chefs working there are very experienced, having worked at some of the best restaurants and hotels in Asia. For Bambus they have gathered the very best and most popular dishes from India, Japan, Thailand, China and South-Korea and featured them on the menu. They use only the finest ingredients that are delicately prepared and beautifully presented.
We highly recommend the healthy and delicious 'stir fry' menu. Stir frying preserves the flavor and vitamins of the ingredients, which is good enough on its own, but it's also a very fast way to cook the food. That's why you never have to wait too long for food to arrive on your table. Bambus is able to seat around 120 people at once, making it an ideal restaurant for business lunches, birthdays, parties and such. At the Bambus bar you can sit down and have a drink before or after dinner and realax.
During lunch time you must seize the opportunity to get an appetizer and main course for only 2550ISK. It's hard to find a better offer in the city. Bambus is all about soothing surroundings, top quality food and good service. Experience contemporary oriental dining hospitality in a beautifully designed environment, relaxing Asian music and exotic flavours.
After enjoying the food - a visit to Höfði House is in order, as it's just a minute walk away! This historical building housed the summit between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev that effectively ended the Cold War and is definitely worth the visit.
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