Bambu in Clermont, FL with Reviews -
  • 1.Bambu Dessert & Drinks

    5210 W Colonial Dr Ste 142


    20.15 mi$

    Bambu Desserts & Drinks was founded in 2008 by four Vietnamese sisters in San Jose, California. Their exceptionally friendly service and large menu of fresh, healthy and colorful Asian-inspired Chè, u

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By: ruth5516
Bunkers Bistro & Grill
This is an awesome upscale bistro located at the Palisades Country Club in Clermont Fl. The food is fresh and in season local produce is used often. The Chefs Joe and Zack are from Philadelphia and New York and bring a lot of experience to this new dining location with a million dollar view of Lake Minniola. Check it out, it will become your favorite place for a great meal and casual dinning,
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By: Barbie W.
Mia Hair & Nail Salon
Love this place after being there one time I feel at home. The ladies are fun to talk to and can speak English and Spanish! So I fear right at home! This place is clean and has the colors that are up to date. The lovely lady taking care of me took her time and let me know each step of the way if I was ok with what she was doing. Thank you ladies al for a great look and fun morning.
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By: Linda T.
Flying Scissors Salon & Spa
They are so professional, and all the staff is so friendly, and I have always enjoyed every visit that I have had there! They always listen to what I want and have great suggestions when I'm looking for something new to do! There's no other place I'd rather go to and I always suggest flying scissors to any of my friends when they are looking for a new salon!
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By: Frank A.
Chinese To Go
This is by far the BEST Chinese food around! I moved to Clermont from Flushing, Queens, NYC... "Chinatown." The owners moved from Flushing to Clermont too. They know how Chinese food is supposed to be prepared. They're always very friendly, accommodating and always get the order correctly.
By: Jane L.
Mia Hair & Nail Salon
I was recovering from a bad haircut and found Mia Hair and Nail Salon. Velma came to the rescue. She listened to my concerns and set to work. By the time she was done, it was apparent that she was very skilled in her art. I left with possibly the best hair cut ever!Thank you Velma.
By: ptrapa1055
China Gourmet
Great tasting, fresh food, not the touristy type you get on 192! Please try their food, and keep them in our neighborhood!! I've had, egg rolls, egg foo young, orange chic, sweat & sour chic, lo mein, dumpings and fried rice, all excellent!! Trapa @ Westchester
By: yoruichi_21
Chinese To Go
I've been coming here going on four years since I've found it, best Chinese I've had. The customer service is great too! They're always smiling and kind and they give free items as well. I'll continue to give them my business!
By: Jd L.
China Town Restaurant
Not listed on the menu, they now serve phở on the weekends, Friday and Saturdays (phở tái and phở tái bò viên). The only place in Clermont that I know of that serves Pho, and it's so delicious!
By: ruth5516
China Taste
This is an awesome take away owned by a family. The food is always hot and ready when promised. I have never had a bad meal from this little place in the Kings Ridge shopping plaza.
By: ofeliafiske20
City Looks Salons
This place is really the best pick if you are looking for a fine place to go to and pamper and get a makeover for yourself. I am really becoming a fan of this place.
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