My wife, son, and myself often have lunch or dinner here when downtown. Kevin and Winnie always provide excellent dinners and service. Our favorites are #18, 10, & and General Tsao chicken, but enjoy everything.
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We ordered take out. First: We ordered orange chicken because the picture showed slices of chicken with a sauce. We received small thin pieces of chicken that looked deep fried, were chewy and had to spit out. Hard to explain. Second we ordered the chicken...More
The only chinese restaurant in the market square/downtown area that we came across. Wanted some late night chinese to take out. Everything was very good. Friendly staff, quick service.
Finding good Chinese can be really hard. When I first visited Pink Bamboo the food was above average. I've been back a few times and each time the food was ave or below average. I'm guessing their volume is getting bigger and they are losing...More
Went with my 11 year old for her birthday with my college roommate Portsmouth is 1/2 way for both of us. We ordered the hot pot such a fun experience and was delicious. All 3 of our favorite was the coconut chicken!!! My 11 year...More
My friend and I were tired of eating fried seafood and was longing for Chinese food since I am Chinese and my friend is Japanese. We were recommended by our hotel that this was a good choice and we decided to try it. We had...More
The pork fried rice was bright yellow with a strange taste and had very few pieces of pork. The beef on a stick was too sweet, but my husband found it edible. The only things I liked was the egg roll and the tea. The...More
This is one of worst . The service is bad, The food is over priced and not good. There many great places in Portsmouth, this is not one of them.
We've been eating at Pink Bamboo for years now and it is some of the best Chinese there is. It is a touch more expensive than the average "fast food Chinese" but it's worth every penny. The have the best crab rangoons, hands down. In...More
My wife and I were walking around Portsmouth, NH on a lovely summer evening when we passed Pink Bamboo. Although it was around dinner time we might have kept walking except for the wonderful fragrance of Chinese food that came from the doorway. Not knowing...More