16564 Cleveland Street
Redmond, WA 98052

Inchin's Bamboo Garden

Neighborhoods: Downtown Redmond
Cuisine: Chinese, Indian, Indo-Chinese

Inchin's Bamboo Garden is a Chinese, Indian, and Indo-Chinese restaurant where most Menuism users came for a business meeting, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped less than 15%.

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  • 8/26/2016

    Brendac2 tried it, liked it, and rated it . Brendac2 liked the food, liked the service, and liked the ambiance.

  • 4/27/2015

    A Chinese chowhound from Seattle, WA tried it.

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 San Jose, CA

Weak Sauce by any measure

Having heard a lot of chatter about this new “Inchin’s” restaurant in the heart of Redmond, I was eagerly looking forward to trying out this new hotspot in a town that, for the most part, doesn’t offer much dining excitement.

My initial impression was good – the owners took the claustrophobic space that the previous occupants inhabited and remodeled it nicely, with dark wood paneling and a distinctly “cool” asian motif. They even had a small bar section with a nice liquor display.

This is one book you shouldn’t judge by it’s cover, however. The options on the lunch menu sounded intriguing, with neat names like “Devil’s Beef” and “Hakka Noodles”, but the food itself was really, really disappointing.

The lunch special comes with rice, a choice of hot & sour or egg drop soup, and a veggie egg roll. Sadly, it was the veggie egg roll that I liked the best from the meal. The “sauce” that came with our portions was watery and flavorless, and the Everything else went downhill from there, especially given the prices for a lunch combo.

Perhaps the dinner menu is better, but it’ll be hard to convince me to come back. I’d rather go to Panda Express for better food at a cheaper price.

Devil's Beef

Mystery meat in mystery goop, served over fried rice with mysteriously absent vegetables. Yuck.

Haka Noodles

This came as a $2 side to the meal, and turned out to be one of the tastier portions of the meal. Mind you, it tasted like something you buy in bulk in the Costco freezer section.

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 Los Angeles, CA

High expectations, underwhelming flavor

Inchin’s is a case of “don’t judge a book by its cover” because the cover here is better than the food. When I walked in and sat down, I was pleased by the very nice and modern decor. There’s even one of those nice free standing glass panes with water running down. However, once I got my food, I was less than excited about the bland flavor. The lunch special portions weren’t that large and the dishes didn’t have much of the usual Indian or Chinese spice flavoring. On the bright side, the lunch specials come with an egg roll that’s decent. Overall it felt like glorified and pricey takeout asian. I think I’d rather get 2 lunch combos at Panda Express for the same price. Maybe it was just the lunch food that wasn’t good, but I don’t think I’ll be back to try dinner.

Sliced Lamb Hot Garlic

Lamb seemed like mystery meat and the sauce was a bit bland despite having a little kick to it. The veggie fried rice I got didn’t have many veggies. I think you’re better off getting the plain white rice.

Haka Noodles

These were ok, but also a bit bland. The chicken was a bit sparse but I actually liked this $2 addon more than my lamb main dish.

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 Seattle, WA

Indo-Chinese food!

It was cool being a minority at this restaurant. It was packed with East Indian families, which I take to be a good sign. The food was great – a combo of Chinese food with a bit of Indian twist. Lots of good dishes to try – I plan to go back and try different ones. This is a new restaurant – so still unknown by most people.

Pan Fried Chili Paneer

yummy tofu type Indian dish

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 Woodinville, WA

Excellent flavors

A nice restaurant with a comfortable space. The food was fresh and prepared well.

Shrimp Tobanjan

The many flavors and spices were enjoyable. Very fresh ingredients.

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 Redmond, WA

good spicy indian chinese food.

good spicy indian chinese food.

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 Redmond, WA

It's a good lunch spot. I had okra with black...

It’s a good lunch spot. I had okra with black bean sauce with brown rice and my friend had thier lunch special, some button vegetables (it’s like vegetable patties) with veggie fried rice and additional noodles order. I liked the food. And it was a lot of it, so I can definitely have another meal. The waiter was super-nice and accomodating. I’d definitely go back for lunch.

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 Redmond, WA

This is not mainstream *or* authentic Chinese cuisine -- ...

This is not mainstream or authentic Chinese cuisine — it’s Indochinese. As a lover of Cantonese cuisine, I can not hold it to my standard. I must treat it as another style of dining altogether. It’s quite delicious once one acquires the taste. I’ve only ever had dinner here, and it has been tasty. I’m sure the lunch specials would not measure up. Even though it’s not real Chinese food, I challenge anyone to turn me onto a better Chinese restaurant in downtown Redmond (not Overlake). I frequent it because I can’t be bothered to drive to Factoria get my (semi) Chinese food fix.

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