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Posted by satisfied customer on 04/27/2007
loved loved loved the food there...i would definitely go back. My drink was just as good - i ordered the rasberry white truffle martini - try it! My entree was the scallops, chicken, prawns with sauteed vegetables - YUMMYYY. i can't wait to go back.
Posted by MArora on 04/15/2007
Just went here on Saturday evening for my sisters wedding anniversary dinner. As soon as I entered, the place looked pretty cramped holding about 20-25 people at one time. But the walls are done with some good taste and the lighting is just perfect so as to not glorify the small place. But, we were a group of 7 people and ordered sweet and sour soup (one of the best I've had but spicy..)Japanese beer (nothing extraordinary..), samosas with mint sauce,and couple of other entrees...food was really good and we all liked it. good experience overall...wont suggest if you're looking for a romantic dinner...people are sitting almost next each other...find some other place for the two of you...
Posted by almo on 03/10/2007
wild ginger is fabulous for eat in or delivery. i'm a veggie and they have countless options; never get sick of it. i do say their chinese-bent stuff is best, tho. sides are also great. delivery is usually prompt and the staff is super kind, responsive, eager to help. A great neighborhood restaurant. if they were two blocks, north south, east or west, they'd be rammed every night! the loyal clientele are lucky nonetheless...
Posted by T on 03/09/2007
Best lunch delivery period. I get this about twice a week with my office and we love it. It is consistently excellent food, great value, super fast and most important tasty! Heatlhy too. I would highly recommend delivery/takeout.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/24/2007
Very nice decor, great for a date if it wasn't so small. The whole time I could barely hear my companion over the conversation of the people less than a foot away from us. The food is very good though the dishes are slightly on the small size and are a bit pricey for Chinatown. However, the prices are good for a restaurant with a nice atmosphere. The place was clean, right down to the bathroom, and the service was excellent, as the server kept refilling our glasses and promptly took our orders and brought us our food.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/07/2007
The new Williamsburg place really is a balm for the eyes, and for the vegetarian stomach it's about as good as one could hope. The food is flavorful, and the appetizers are especially delicious. The main courses leave a little something to be desired, at least the two that I've had, but they certainly rank well above the average bland vegetarian food. Especially recommended is the Hot & Sour Soup. I try the hot & sour everywhere I go. It was always my favorite as a kid, and I've searched for an experience that confirms my blissful memory. Instead, most places pollute the broth with weird pork pieces, a strange, greasy flavor, and general lack of real spice or sour. But this soup is the best I've had since I was a kid. It starts off seeming bland, but just eat 5 or 6 spoonfuls, and the flavors come out while the temperature picks up. Wonderful! After all this time, to think I'd almost given up hope.
Posted by Joss on 01/28/2007
Holds about 25 people, really nice intimate atmosphere. Went on Sunday afternoon, only 4 other people in there. They have a lunch menu which is about $8-12 which includes miso soup, spring roll, rice and what ever dish you chose. Food was really nice and good value. Beer is about $4 too! Going to go back with my boyfriend for a romantic dinner!