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Easily recognisable from its extravagantly decorated rooms and outdoor dining areas, Bambuddha has taken influences from the Middle East, India and all across Asia and combined them to great effect. Candlelit tables lie under a pyramid roof of bamboo, with an outlook over Japanese-style gardens and various oriental pieces; making this restaurant experience one that will not be quickly forgotten.
If the origins of Bambuddha's decoration are unclear, then the inspiration behind the menu is even more so. So much so that they have had to come up with their own trademarked MediterrAsian® name to categorise this blend of ingredients and recipes. In actual fact, the cuisine and venue derive their inspiration from the ancient Spice Route from Cadiz in South Spain to Osaka in Japan. As a result, you will find anything from Thai Curry to Sushi on the menu. Eating out here is not a cheap option, but it is a memorable one, and with Balearic beats pumping out on the sound system until 4am, you can make a real night of it.