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Bamboo House menu - Milwaukee WI 53227 - (877) 585-1085

Restaurant menu, map for Bamboo House located in 53227, Milwaukee WI, 2837 S 108th St. More

Bamboo - Silver City - Milwaukee, WI

Specialties: We offer authentic dishes - Lao, Thai, and Chinese! More

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BAMBOO RESTAURANT, Milwaukee - Photos & Restaurant Reviews ...

Order food online at Bamboo Restaurant, Milwaukee with Tripadvisor: See 7 unbiased reviews of Bamboo Restaurant, ranked #546 on Tripadvisor among 1,457 restaurants in Milwaukee. More

Bamboo House Chinese Restaurant - Milwaukee, WI

Delivery & Pickup Options - 33 reviews of Bamboo House Chinese Restaurant "Been coming here for years. I only eat the buffet. It's cheap and if they fill it, there is a small but tasty selection of food. Definitely a small variety. My main complain about this place is that they do tend to slack on filling empty dishes on the buffet and you have to sometimes wait a while or ask for something. More

Bamboo House - Menu & Reviews - 2837 S. 108th Street ...

Read reviews from Bamboo House at 2837 S. 108th Street in Milwaukee 53227 from trusted Milwaukee restaurant reviewers. Includes the menu, user reviews, photos, and 489 dishes from Bamboo House. More

How to Grow Bamboo in Wisconsin | eHow

Bamboo grows best in tropical and temperate climates. When growing bamboo is Wisconsin, it is best to plant it during the summer and spring months for the best chance of survival. In good conditions, bamboo can grow up to 3 inches a day. More

Bamboo House Chinese Restaurant West Allis, WI 53227 ...

The best in Milwaukee. Like any buffet there's a gamble for freshness. If something is not to your liking Bamboo staff will make it right. I've been eating at the Bamboo House for many years and a better operated restaurant you will not find. I considerate it a "home cooked meal". More

Growing Bamboo in Zone 5 :: Melinda Myers

Growing Bamboo in Zone 5. I am interested in growing bamboo. I have looked at a couple of sites on the web and there are some types of bamboo that are winter hardy. Has anyone you know tried bamboo in the Milwaukee area. I live in New Berlin, WI. I have met several gardeners who are successfully growing bamboo in the north. More

Japanese knotweed | Wisconsin DNR

Japanese knotweed is an herbaceous perennial that forms large colonies of erect, arching stems (resembling bamboo). Stems are round, smooth and hollow with reddish-brown blotches. Plants reach up to 10’ and the dead stalks remain standing through the winter. More