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Posted by PaulAllen on 09/12/2014
My son and I eat here about every two weeks. He goes through withdrawal if he does not eat here regularly. The food is superb -- vegan or not. I love every dish with pumpkin -- must have for me. The cold noodles are the haute cuisine version of this dish -- epic. Even zombies will find something on the menu to enjoy.
Posted by Aliceg on 04/11/2014
I'm so happy to have this healthy, friendly, vegan restaurant in my neighborhood. Try the Black Pepper Seitan first, then move on to the Bi Bim Bap, the Pineapple Fried Rice, the Mango Soy Protein and the Curry Stew. My family and I order in or eat out at Wild Ginger nearly every week.
Posted by Carli on 05/06/2012
I just ate the avocado salad & it was so good! The avocado was perfectly ripe, the greens were fresh, and the dressing was was delicious! Definitely recommend!
Posted by minka on 07/11/2011
not too many place in brooklyn have such variety of seitan dishes. the udon noodle soup is also very tasty, as are the mu shu veggies. definitely recommend!! delivery is fast, fast, fast!
Posted by smith and wyckoff on 05/31/2011
I love Wild Ginger especially the crispy soy nuggets, pumpkin soup, black pepper seitan, samosas and the mint lemonade. The service and atmosphere are excellent, we have to go minimum once a week. It is such delicious health food!
Posted by Beth on 02/02/2011
I've been to a few of these pan-asian vegan restaurants in the area, and Wild Ginger is far and away the best. They're particularly exceptional when it comes to substitutions; they've very happily accommodated my requests to substitute rice for salads and such without any additional charge.
Posted by NancyL on 11/14/2010
I eat lunch at Wild Ginger about once a week, usually Friday, sometimes a second time during the week. Usually get the Shredded Tofu or the Sweet & Sour Sesame Soy Protein, both of which are great. The lunch menu has good value - very nice vegan miso soup and entree, w/spring roll and brown rice (if non-noodle dish). My only complaints are that sometimes the food is a little inconsistent according to who is cooking that day, and the service can be really chancy -- they have a few people who are very attentive and refill your water, and others who stay up front and don't check on anything during most of the meal. Tea at Wild Ginger is an extra cost. I notice that the rates at the Smith Street restaurant are slightly cheaper than the Broome St. menu.