In 2008, Bamboo Sushi became the world’s first certified sustainable sushi restaurant. Today, as A Restaurant of Purpose, they proudly contribute 1% of the restaurants’ annual sales to environmental nonprofits who are leading the way in preserving and restoring critical fisheries, watersheds, and ecosystems. They’re pushing the conversation forward on sustainable sourcing while simultaneously serving forward-thinking, delicious fare.
Situated in the Alberta Arts District, Bamboo NE is the perfect spot to enjoy a meal after visiting the neighborhood's many galleries.
In the Northwest District of Nob Hill, find Bamboo NW nestled in one of the city's trendiest shopping areas. Enjoy their delicious, sustainable fare after a stroll on 21st and 23rd.
Bamboo Sushi SE is located in Portland's Kerns neighborhood. Visit the gorgeous space, blocks away from the beloved Laurelhurst park.
Blocks away from such landmarks as Powell's and the Portland Art Museum in Portland's historic Downtown, visit Bamboo Sushi's SW location after a day of reading and art.
Situated in the Evergreen neighborhood, minutes away from the namesake lake of the idyllic and charming Lake Oswego, Bamboo Sushi offers a unique and memorable dining experience in this beloved locale.
Cedar Hills, Beaverton
You can find Bamboo in Beaverton's bustling neighborhood of Cedar Hills, close to multiple luxury apartments and the city's finest shopping center.
University Village, Seattle
Bamboo is proud to offer their sustainable and renowned menu to the Emerald City. Find them in the Ravenna Park neighborhood at the luxe University Village center.
Valley Fair, San Jose
Find Bamboo Sushi in the expansive, luxury Valley Fair shopping center at the heart of San Jose. Polish off a day of indulgence with a meal at one of Bamboo's newest locations.
City Center Bishop Ranch, San Ramon
Visit Bamboo at this gorgeous public square designed by celebrated Italian architect Renzo Piano. A perfect place to grab a bite and relax.
Located in Denver's electric Lower Highland neighborhood, the LoHi Bamboo fits in seamlessly in this locus of food and beverage innovation.