What fan of spicy food can resist dishes called the Devil’s Choice or Manchurian Cauliflower? That’s the sort of Asian fusion cuisine — Chinese meets Indian, with Thai and Malaysian influences — for which Inchin’s Bamboo Garden is known.

The upscale chain has been expanding rapidly, with three new Bay Area restaurants since last fall:

In downtown San Mateo, Inchin’s took over the space at 139 South B St. that for years had been home to the Italian restaurant Osteria Coppa. (Yes, with that nice patio.)

In Fremont, there is now an Inchin’s in the Gateway Plaza at 39024 Paseo Padre Parkway, near Mowry Avenue.

The most recent opening was in San Ramon at 17900 San Ramon Valley Blvd., a former Applebee’s near 680/Bollinger Canyon Road.

The Bay Area’s first Inchin’s opened years ago in Sunnyvale, and a second one started catering to North San Jose’s tech population a year ago.

What’s next for the Georgia-based chain? Restaurants in Los Angeles, Irvine and San Diego. Menus, details: www.bamboo-garden.com.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle

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