The owners of Chinatown restaurant in Green Hills, which has been getting positive reviews (including from the Scene) since an overhaul last year, have taken over the shuttered Lucky Bamboo restaurant space on Charlotte. They plan to reopen Lucky Bamboo in the next few weeks with dim sum service and an extensive menu of dim sum delights, something Nashville has been lacking for a while.
Details are still few, but we know the team aims to open the new Lucky Bamboo (which they are describing in an ad as "Your hot pot and dim sum H.Q.") sometime in December. And as of late last week, they were hiring, encouraging candidates to apply in person at the restaurant, 5855 Charlotte Pike, between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Lucky Bamboo space is in the same retail strip that houses K&S World Market. The new owners are touting its banquet facilities, with the ability to serve up to 300 people.
This is promising news, indeed. Bites will keep you posted.