Inchin’s Bamboo Garden, an Indo Chinese Franchise, Opens First New York Location in Buffalo, NY.


The Opening of Inchin’s Bamboo Garden in Buffalo, NY Marks the Franchise’s 24th Restaurant.

Indian Chinese fusion restaurant, Inchin’s Bamboo Garden, opened its doors to the public in November last year, but due to everchanging Covid guidelines, has just reopened their dining room. This location marks the franchise’s first New York state location and solidifies its presence in more than a dozen states.

Inchin’s, a combination of the words “Indian” and “Chinese”, truly describes the restaurant’s cuisine. This cuisine adapts Chinese cooking styles, techniques, and ingredients to the spicier South Asian palette. Over time, the brand evolved into Pan Asian cuisine, serving unique and interesting foods from other regions in Asia such as Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia in addition to Indo Chinese cuisine. Inchin’s Bamboo Garden offers guests unique, mouth watering twists on Asian cuisine with dishes such as paneer tacos, roti kanai, hakka noodles and momos. The establishment also boasts a beautiful and stocked bar with a soon to launch robust craft cocktail program featuring a spiked Greek yogurt concoction, several spicy cocktails, and even the theatrical “Hazy Temple,” made with Japanese Whiskey, Benedictine, blueberry peppercorn shrub, and various bitters.

Inchin’s Bamboo Garden occupies a large floorplan featuring 102 seats, private dining room, one bar, two flat screen televisions for sporting events and impeccable attention to detail in décor, utilizing ancient Feng Shui concepts such as bamboo elements, a waterfall, and terracotta warriors creating a tranquil, yet trendy environment. Numerous vintage pieces have also been refurbished for the dining establishment. Jim Geiger, Assistant Vice President, Real Estate Services at McGuire Development and licensed NYS Associate Real Estate Broker represented Inchin’s Bamboo Garden in their search for their newest location at 5415 Sheridan Drive, Williamsville Place Plaza. Jim has worked in the retail and hospitality industry for more than 35 years, and with major international, national, and regional businesses and clients across an array of industries. Jim’s extensive experience in placing hospitality clients was a great fit assisting Inchin’s on launching their first New York State location at Sheridan Drive.

“Inchin’s Bamboo Garden was created to fill a hole in the market, to bring people food that was only available in Asia at the time” said Megha Agrawal, Marketing Director, Inchin’s Bamboo Garden Franchising. “Our menu has evolved over time to encompass dishes from all over the Far East, from countries that do not necessarily have a strong footprint in the US market. We are proud of our culture and are excited to share our unique twists on Pan Asian cuisine with our guests. We hope that people come in for the food, fall in love with the space, and stay for the cocktails. With some menu items being recognizable to anyone, such as tacos, we are able to infuse Asian cuisine into more recognizable dishes, making the dining experience approachable, yet exciting for everyone.”

Inchin’s Bamboo Garden is open 6 days a week, except Mondays, and is adhering to strict protocols regarding Covid-19.

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