I recently ate at the Bamboo Club because I was in the mood for some Pan-Asian food. My first impression definitely left something to be desired. First of all, the hostess took my name and then completely forgot about my party while vacant tables sat for 20 minutes+, until I had to remind her that we had been waiting. (Mind you, right in front of her eyes, and several other employees'). The server was, however, fantastic. He was very attentive and personable. When we received our food I decided that I would give the restaurant another chance. Unfortunately, the sweet and sour shrimp was much more soggy, breading than shrimp. Also, the shrimp tasted as though it had previously been frozen. Eew! The Vietnamese steak was lacking flavor and didn't stimulate or inspire me in any way. The ambiance was mediocre...it felt like a chain restaurant to me, not offering anything too unique or memorable. I would not recommend this to anyone that truly appreciates authentic Asian cuisine. I can attest that I have indeed travelled throughout Southeast Asia, sampling much of the cuisine along the way and this wasn't even a distant second.