Bam-Bou - 1 Percy Street London W1T 1DB
Welcome to Bam-Bou
CHRISTMAS OPENING TIMES
We are closed from 23rd December to 26th December. We will be open from noon on 27th December then open as usual on 28th, 29th and 30th December. We will be open on New Year's Eve (lunch & dinner) & closed on New Year's day.
Japanese whiskies have quietly developed a strong reputation among the cognoscenti for their subtlety and depth, with many people preferring them to their Scottish and Irish cousins. The Red Bar at Bam-Bou now has a list of over 60 blends and single malts, the largest selection in London. Measures include 25ml and 50ml and as well as drinking it straight, the bar team have been concocting some delicious cocktails, including the Ginza Julep, Robbie Burns San and the more traditional Mizuwari. Join us in the recently refurbished Red Bar to enjoy.
LUNCH IN A BOX
We have launched our new “lunch in a box”. The bento box format is perfect for a quick lunch, reflecting the delicious flavours and dishes of south east Asia. Choose from one of the three lunch box options at £10, £15 & £20 including dishes like soft shell crab, crispy prawn rolls, lamb bun, beef & pork skewers and soft fragrant rolls, to name just a few.
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PURCHASE GIFT CARDS
Treat your friends and loved ones to an unforgettable meal at Bam-Bou with a restaurant gift card. Gift cards can be purchased for a minimum of £25.00 up to any amount and are valid for one year from the date of issue. Click here to purchase.
Spread over four storeys of an elegant Georgian townhouse in the heart of chic Fitzrovia, Bam-Bou is a favourite with a cosmopolitan clientele drawn from the media and advertising professionals of Charlotte Street and adventurous diners from all over London. The south-east Asian menu expertly fuses ingredients and flavours from Thailand, China and Vietnam, service is discreet and attentive, and the atmosphere is peaceful and deeply relaxing. Furnished in French-Vietnamese colonial style, with lacquer walls and ornamental screens, the network of two dining rooms, four private rooms and top-floor cocktail bar makes this a hideaway haven which, though consistently popular, still feels like an insider’s secret.