Bamboo Fine Asian Cuisine

Bamboo Fine Asian Cuisine

Today, I had the pleasure of having sushi with Bob at Bamboo Fine Asian Cuisine, in Westford Massachussetts. The restaurant serves a variety of Chinese and Japanese food, which would ordinarily be a recipe for disaster, but the sushi and service was very good even though the place was bustling with activity. I had a few pieces of tuna, salmon, and unagi, a spicy tuna hand roll, and half of a “Godzilla roll”. It was an inside-out maki roll with avocado, crab, tempura bits, and a bit slab o’ unagi on top of the whole thing. It was quite rich and delightful.

To get to Bamboo, take 495 to exit 32. I was coming from the north, so I took a left off the exit and then a right onto Route 110 (Littleton Rd). Go about a half mile, and you’ll see signs for the Residence Inn Westford (Marriott) on your left. The restaurant is in the plaza, on 1 LAN drive, which doesn’t show up on any maps. Once you find the plaza, you’ll see the sign for Lan Drive and the restaurant immediately next to it.

UPDATE 3/15/2005

On Tuesday, I returned with buddy Jeff to have a go at the Chinese side of the menu. We got there at 7:30PM, were seated quickly, and proceeded to have a fairly mediocre time. Service was somewhat spotty (we may have been slightly underdressed). The menu was Americanized Chinese: General Gau’s Chicken, Mooshi Pork, etc. We ordered a “Bamboo Specialty” item: Crispy Sesame Beef, which means it’s supposed to be good. Also Kung Pao Chicken, Szechuan Style Tofu, and Salty Pepper Pork. I also had a bowl of Hot and Sour soup. All the items had that slightly overcooked, sweet “shared seasoning” taste I have come to expect from successful neighborhood Chinese restaurants: Not terrible, but not terribly exciting. Even my fortune cookie was stale. On the other hand, I tend to like the brisker style of Chinese food presented fast and hot on-the-fly like they do it in the better restaurants in Chinatown. This meal’s score: B-, with atmosphere saving it from a C+. Maybe the lunch buffet is better, but I wasn’t impressed.


  1. RobinD 15 years ago

    I went to a catered affair at Bamboo (I wasn’t paying) and there were literally 8 or 9 courses brought.  Every item turned out to be exquisite. I was eating things I had never seen before, and with relish.  At 9:30 I left early, right before the main meal was served, so I can’t comment on their “normal” dishes.

    There MUST be a way to get THAT stuff.

    (ex-software engineer and now taxprep’r extraordinaire)

  2. Dave 14 years ago

    Ooo…that sounds really interesting. I’ll have to see if they have a special menu.