Wild Ginger

★★★★☆

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The staff is the snobbiest bunch ever. I actually liked some of the food, but I stopped going 'cause I got tired of the 'tude. Please. There are plenty of good restaurants in the vicinity....Fleming's for steak (DownTown), Typhoon(near the waterfront) for Thai, Top Gun (Itnl District) for Chinese.
I've eaten everywhere and these places ROCK!

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★☆☆☆☆

The staff is the snobbiest bunch ever. I actually liked some of the food, but I stopped going 'cause I got tired of the 'tude. Please. There are plenty of good restaurants in the vicinity....Fleming's for steak (DownTown), Typhoon(near the waterfront) for Thai, Top Gun (Itnl District) for Chinese.
I've eaten everywhere and these places ROCK!

Pros: Eye Candy, Duck is Good

Cons: Snobby Hosts, SLOWWWW

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Ate at the new Ginger for the first time in years(Don't get to the "big city" much!) and left feeling ambivalent about the food and service. Our waiter demanded respect.. he told us what to order, frowned on our choices and didn't want to listen to our lady friend deciding on entrees.. "Keep them wimminfolk hushed now." However, once we understood he was in charge we got relatively good service. The food was less bold than the old Ginger. Satay was excellent, clams were OK, Tuna bruschetta could have been more flavorful. The duck app was very good, the chicken entree was good. The peas and mushroom plate was average. Desserts were a weak afterthought to the menu. It was a satisfactory experience in a comfortable enviroment. Very busy at 4.30pm on a Sunday. If only our waiter had allowed us to order noodles! Oh well, next time.

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★★★★☆

Ate at the new Ginger for the first time in years(Don't get to the "big city" much!) and left feeling ambivalent about the food and service. Our waiter demanded respect.. he told us what to order, frowned on our choices and didn't want to listen to our lady friend deciding on entrees.. "Keep them wimminfolk hushed now." However, once we understood he was in charge we got relatively good service. The food was less bold than the old Ginger. Satay was excellent, clams were OK, Tuna bruschetta could have been more flavorful. The duck app was very good, the chicken entree was good. The peas and mushroom plate was average. Desserts were a weak afterthought to the menu. It was a satisfactory experience in a comfortable enviroment. Very busy at 4.30pm on a Sunday. If only our waiter had allowed us to order noodles! Oh well, next time.

Pros: good food, nice enviroment

Cons: bossy waiter, not so spicy

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Wild Ginger is one of the best restaurants in Seattle. The food is always excellent, the service is prompt and courteous, and the environment is pleasing. It may be difficult to get a table, but the experience is well worth the wait. Don't miss the vegetable satays (great appetizers) or the scallops.

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★★★★★

Wild Ginger is one of the best restaurants in Seattle. The food is always excellent, the service is prompt and courteous, and the environment is pleasing. It may be difficult to get a table, but the experience is well worth the wait. Don't miss the vegetable satays (great appetizers) or the scallops.

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I was visiting Seattle and found Wild Ginger on City Search. I'm skeptical about the reviews on here, but thought I would give it a try anyway. My date and I decided to have a meal of appertizers, the tuna bruschetta was incredible! I can't wait to go visit Seattle and Wild Ginger again!

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★★★★★

I was visiting Seattle and found Wild Ginger on City Search. I'm skeptical about the reviews on here, but thought I would give it a try anyway. My date and I decided to have a meal of appertizers, the tuna bruschetta was incredible! I can't wait to go visit Seattle and Wild Ginger again!

Pros: Great Bar Area, Good City views

Cons: Dirty Bathrooms

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Boisterous restaurant: crowded and bustling and noisy. Food is delicious and well-prepared: don't forget to order the vegetables--TASTY!! Order the small plates and prepare to feast!

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★★★★☆

Boisterous restaurant: crowded and bustling and noisy. Food is delicious and well-prepared: don't forget to order the vegetables--TASTY!! Order the small plates and prepare to feast!

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The city's infatuation w/ WG seems to have faded over the years, but this is still one of my favorite restaurants. The constant quality of certain dishes pulls me in at least once a month. Yes, quite a bit of the menu smacks of bad Americanized take out, but a few outstanding dishes keep me coming back time and again. Compare PF Chang's horrid chicken lettuce cups to Wild Ginger's heavenly fish cups and you'll become a true believer. Service? A+!!! The bartender may only see you twice a year, but he remembers your face and gives a warm greeting every time!

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★★★★★

The city's infatuation w/ WG seems to have faded over the years, but this is still one of my favorite restaurants. The constant quality of certain dishes pulls me in at least once a month. Yes, quite a bit of the menu smacks of bad Americanized take out, but a few outstanding dishes keep me coming back time and again. Compare PF Chang's horrid chicken lettuce cups to Wild Ginger's heavenly fish cups and you'll become a true believer. Service? A+!!! The bartender may only see you twice a year, but he remembers your face and gives a warm greeting every time!

Pros: Service

Cons: Table wait time

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I can't believe people have given this place a 6.6 rating. Makes me wonder if someone isn't trying to hurt thier reputation. We absolutely love this place. The flavors are amazing and we've always enjoyed great service. The only problem is they are too busy and a little expensive for the portions. I highly recommend only going when you have a reservation and stay out of the bar (unless you are single). Be sure to try the Seven Flavor Beef and the Kung Pao Chicken.

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★★★★★

I can't believe people have given this place a 6.6 rating. Makes me wonder if someone isn't trying to hurt thier reputation. We absolutely love this place. The flavors are amazing and we've always enjoyed great service. The only problem is they are too busy and a little expensive for the portions. I highly recommend only going when you have a reservation and stay out of the bar (unless you are single). Be sure to try the Seven Flavor Beef and the Kung Pao Chicken.

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The bar sells the same food as at the tables, but without the wait or extras. The soups are a real deal for under $5 and everything is excellent. Drinks are okay but the bartenders quite entertaining.

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★★★★★

The bar sells the same food as at the tables, but without the wait or extras. The soups are a real deal for under $5 and everything is excellent. Drinks are okay but the bartenders quite entertaining.

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The food is still generally outstanding. The new space is larger and "colder", with a claustrophobic bar. The service can be stunningly bad. The original staff was warm, friendly, unobtrusive, with that sixth-sense great waiters posess. But last year I waited TWENTY MINUTES with my lunch date, as our waiter, who was only servicing 3 tables, swooshed by us repeatedly. Finally stopped him. Me: "were you ever planning to serve us?" He: "sorry, I didn't see you two". Amazing. Trying again some months later, I got unsmiling, abrupt service, but at least got served. An insider admits "it was a real problem initially" finding quality staff for the larger place. Well, its still a problem. What a shame. Go for the food. And if you do go, get seats at the bar with Paul Brown. He's terrific, and you'll understand immediately why we raved about the old WG.

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★★★★☆

The food is still generally outstanding. The new space is larger and "colder", with a claustrophobic bar. The service can be stunningly bad. The original staff was warm, friendly, unobtrusive, with that sixth-sense great waiters posess. But last year I waited TWENTY MINUTES with my lunch date, as our waiter, who was only servicing 3 tables, swooshed by us repeatedly. Finally stopped him. Me: "were you ever planning to serve us?" He: "sorry, I didn't see you two". Amazing. Trying again some months later, I got unsmiling, abrupt service, but at least got served. An insider admits "it was a real problem initially" finding quality staff for the larger place. Well, its still a problem. What a shame. Go for the food. And if you do go, get seats at the bar with Paul Brown. He's terrific, and you'll understand immediately why we raved about the old WG.

Pros: Food, Bartenders

Cons: Service, Service, Service

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Fantastic! Everything we tried off the menu was incredible. We like to eat out a lot, and too often a restaurant will have just a few things that look really good. At the Wild Ginger, I had a hard time deciding, since everything sounded so good. And eating family style, I was able to try many different dishes. Absolutely outstanding, particularly for the price.
We also enjoyed great service, from a very helpful waiter. And excellent martini's. What more could you ask for in a dining experience.
Just so I'm not all rose-colored glasses...the place was Huge, but they did a good job not making you feel like a number.

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★★★★★

Fantastic! Everything we tried off the menu was incredible. We like to eat out a lot, and too often a restaurant will have just a few things that look really good. At the Wild Ginger, I had a hard time deciding, since everything sounded so good. And eating family style, I was able to try many different dishes. Absolutely outstanding, particularly for the price.
We also enjoyed great service, from a very helpful waiter. And excellent martini's. What more could you ask for in a dining experience.
Just so I'm not all rose-colored glasses...the place was Huge, but they did a good job not making you feel like a number.

Pros: The food is tops., Martinis, great service

Cons: huge place

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Some of the best service I have had at a restaurant. Friendly, near by when needed and knowledgeable. The food was very good. I recommend the catfish. This restaurant is a must.

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★★★★★

Some of the best service I have had at a restaurant. Friendly, near by when needed and knowledgeable. The food was very good. I recommend the catfish. This restaurant is a must.

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Love the place for mood and food...price is reasonable for the location and ambiance. Make a reservation!!!

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★★★★★

Love the place for mood and food...price is reasonable for the location and ambiance. Make a reservation!!!

Cons: parking can be a prob

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Very pleasant experience and lots of choices. Made up a nice tasting menu with multiple choices. All well prepared but, what should have been spicy was "toned down". All in all, very enjoyable, but one of the best?

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★★★★☆

Very pleasant experience and lots of choices. Made up a nice tasting menu with multiple choices. All well prepared but, what should have been spicy was "toned down". All in all, very enjoyable, but one of the best?

Pros: well prepared, exotic choices, inexpensive

Cons: low key or dingy?, definitely crowded, "spicy" wasn't

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I can't get mad at a place for being busy, but when you valet park somewhere with nothing else around you're stuck waiting. We were told the wait would be 45 minutes to an hour; it took close to two hours. If that wasn't bad enough they got short with me about it. Rude hostess, rude waiter, and rude bus boy. I won't be going back any time soon. Stick to Belltown.

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★★☆☆☆

I can't get mad at a place for being busy, but when you valet park somewhere with nothing else around you're stuck waiting. We were told the wait would be 45 minutes to an hour; it took close to two hours. If that wasn't bad enough they got short with me about it. Rude hostess, rude waiter, and rude bus boy. I won't be going back any time soon. Stick to Belltown.

Pros: bartender

Cons: crowded, waiting time, rude

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While the old location was great, we had a terrible service experience and will never go back. Beware of the "last-minute reservation". We were told that we had a "15-minute wait" after 3 or 4 intervals and were seated after over 75 minutes due to error. Coupled with a host staff with an embarrassingly poor attitude & mediocre food...we'll never go back.

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★★☆☆☆

While the old location was great, we had a terrible service experience and will never go back. Beware of the "last-minute reservation". We were told that we had a "15-minute wait" after 3 or 4 intervals and were seated after over 75 minutes due to error. Coupled with a host staff with an embarrassingly poor attitude & mediocre food...we'll never go back.

Pros: hip atmosphere

Cons: terrible service, mediocre food

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Though I've enjoyed this place in the past prior to it's move up the street, the noisy setting now has about as much ambience as the international departures lounge at JFK. Though the wait staff out numbered diners two-to-one at a recent delicious though expensive weekend lunch, we managed to work up quite an appetite continually flagging down and searching out anyone who would notice our table for such things as menus, drinks, food, water, check and change.

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★★☆☆☆

Though I've enjoyed this place in the past prior to it's move up the street, the noisy setting now has about as much ambience as the international departures lounge at JFK. Though the wait staff out numbered diners two-to-one at a recent delicious though expensive weekend lunch, we managed to work up quite an appetite continually flagging down and searching out anyone who would notice our table for such things as menus, drinks, food, water, check and change.

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This is one of my favorite restaurants. Great food, good atmosphere and very friendly and knowledgeable serving staff - this is one of THE great dining experiences that I have had. Comparable to the Grill Room in the old Hong Kong Hilton, Nicos at 90 Park Lane in London or Le Manoir aux Quatre Saisons in the Cotswalds.
Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

This is one of my favorite restaurants. Great food, good atmosphere and very friendly and knowledgeable serving staff - this is one of THE great dining experiences that I have had. Comparable to the Grill Room in the old Hong Kong Hilton, Nicos at 90 Park Lane in London or Le Manoir aux Quatre Saisons in the Cotswalds.
Highly recommended.

Pros: outstanding food

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wild ginger beats out the met, by far... awesome food and what a hip cool place to be seen.

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★★★★★

wild ginger beats out the met, by far... awesome food and what a hip cool place to be seen.

Pros: food, service

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Unfinished industrial looking ceiling is so passe, it's a pity since overall decor is kind of nice. Food was very good but not excellent. Wandering Sage Soup was lukewarm and lacked the taste backbone even with optional chili sauce, Papaya Salad was refreshing but a bit boring. Lamb bubu.. something (curry) was nice, it could have been more saucy though. Service was friendly and very nice, with one exception... don't you *ever* interrupt our conversation asking "is everything okay?".

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★★★★☆

Unfinished industrial looking ceiling is so passe, it's a pity since overall decor is kind of nice. Food was very good but not excellent. Wandering Sage Soup was lukewarm and lacked the taste backbone even with optional chili sauce, Papaya Salad was refreshing but a bit boring. Lamb bubu.. something (curry) was nice, it could have been more saucy though. Service was friendly and very nice, with one exception... don't you *ever* interrupt our conversation asking "is everything okay?".

Pros: Service

Cons: Passe Decor, Food, Noisy

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I'd say I don't get it, but I do: nobody would go here if they had to be invisible. That's cool, but don't let it taint the way you judge the atmosphere, the food, and the price. Easily the worst Asian food value I can think of in the city... and for those times when it's worth spending the money, do it somewhere else. Every time I've been to the Ginger I left shrugging and wondering if I could get those hours back.

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★★★☆☆

I'd say I don't get it, but I do: nobody would go here if they had to be invisible. That's cool, but don't let it taint the way you judge the atmosphere, the food, and the price. Easily the worst Asian food value I can think of in the city... and for those times when it's worth spending the money, do it somewhere else. Every time I've been to the Ginger I left shrugging and wondering if I could get those hours back.

Pros: easy parking nearby

Cons: location

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We love Wild Ginger for bringing out of town guests and can't wait to try it for an intimate dinner on a Monday night for the wonderful jazz.

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★★★★★

We love Wild Ginger for bringing out of town guests and can't wait to try it for an intimate dinner on a Monday night for the wonderful jazz.

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I admit it, I'm a native Wisconsinite. I only get to Seattle once or twice a year, but never miss at least a lunch at the Wild Ginger.

The new place is very nice, but after having visited the old one for over nine years, it will take a while to get comfortable with the new surroundings.

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★★★★★

I admit it, I'm a native Wisconsinite. I only get to Seattle once or twice a year, but never miss at least a lunch at the Wild Ginger.

The new place is very nice, but after having visited the old one for over nine years, it will take a while to get comfortable with the new surroundings.

Pros: wonderful variety, great decor

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The ambience in the restaurant was very romantic and comforting; the bartender even served us a new blend of martini. The whole experience was awesome!

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★★★★★

The ambience in the restaurant was very romantic and comforting; the bartender even served us a new blend of martini. The whole experience was awesome!

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If you like mango's then you will definitely want to try the mango daiquiri's. They taste like you are drinking fresh mango juice.

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★★★★★

If you like mango's then you will definitely want to try the mango daiquiri's. They taste like you are drinking fresh mango juice.

Pros: easy access, spacious, friendly atmosphere

Cons: none, none, none

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Wild Ginger is a great place for bringing out-of-town guests. I simply ask the waiter to bring out a selection for us. I usually ask for a specific dish or two to be included. They ask the table guests what level of spice is appropriate and all I have to do is order wine. They even help me select that. I haven't been disappointed yet. The amount of food served has been perfect for our number of guests every time. It makes the selection process simple and the enjoyment of tasting a selection of food is a great dining experience for our guests. It really doesn't cost more per person to do this.

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★★★★★

Wild Ginger is a great place for bringing out-of-town guests. I simply ask the waiter to bring out a selection for us. I usually ask for a specific dish or two to be included. They ask the table guests what level of spice is appropriate and all I have to do is order wine. They even help me select that. I haven't been disappointed yet. The amount of food served has been perfect for our number of guests every time. It makes the selection process simple and the enjoyment of tasting a selection of food is a great dining experience for our guests. It really doesn't cost more per person to do this.

Pros: variety, valet parking

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I visited the other night after hearing mixed reviews and saw first hand why most people in Seattle dislike this place. After a rude person at the front desk finally sat us, we were approached by a "Captain" whose apparent job is to belittle my choice of wine. Our server was nice and informative enough for us to have a nice meal, but every few mintues this "Captain" showed up to interupt our meal. The food was good, but not good enough to justify the price. The space is cavernous and an intimate table does not exist.

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★★☆☆☆

I visited the other night after hearing mixed reviews and saw first hand why most people in Seattle dislike this place. After a rude person at the front desk finally sat us, we were approached by a "Captain" whose apparent job is to belittle my choice of wine. Our server was nice and informative enough for us to have a nice meal, but every few mintues this "Captain" showed up to interupt our meal. The food was good, but not good enough to justify the price. The space is cavernous and an intimate table does not exist.

Pros: Speedy food, Domestic wines

Cons: Impersonal, "Canned service", Too expensive

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I don't know why people are complaining so much about this place. It's wonderful. I've gone to Wild Ginger for lunch multiple times, and tonight I went there for dinner for the first time. We had 6:00 reservations, and even though the place was packed, we were taken right to our seat. Our waiter was wonderful, food was excellent (and we had plenty of leftovers, ordered an appetizer and 2 main courses). Didn't have to wait long for our food considering how packed they were. Excellent meal for 2 people for under $60 (with drinks). I'd definitely go there again!!

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★★★★★

I don't know why people are complaining so much about this place. It's wonderful. I've gone to Wild Ginger for lunch multiple times, and tonight I went there for dinner for the first time. We had 6:00 reservations, and even though the place was packed, we were taken right to our seat. Our waiter was wonderful, food was excellent (and we had plenty of leftovers, ordered an appetizer and 2 main courses). Didn't have to wait long for our food considering how packed they were. Excellent meal for 2 people for under $60 (with drinks). I'd definitely go there again!!

Pros: Great Food, Reasonably priced, friendly service

Cons: parking isn't free

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This restaurant is soooo overrated. You're paying to be seen and hang out in the hip atmosphere.
Some of the dishes are VERY good. Some are VERY not good. They are all VERY expensive.
Save about 75% and go somewhere like Noodle Ranch.
Also, the table we were seated at had chairs which made me feel like we were doing a shoot for Low Rider magazine. I'm over 6' tall and could barely get up to the table.

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★★☆☆☆

This restaurant is soooo overrated. You're paying to be seen and hang out in the hip atmosphere.
Some of the dishes are VERY good. Some are VERY not good. They are all VERY expensive.
Save about 75% and go somewhere like Noodle Ranch.
Also, the table we were seated at had chairs which made me feel like we were doing a shoot for Low Rider magazine. I'm over 6' tall and could barely get up to the table.

Pros: Occassional good dish

Cons: expensive, expensive, overrated

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The Wild Ginger has long been my favorite resturant in Seattle, until my last dining experience. The portions have honestly shrunk in half since last year. Maybe the economy is starting to have an impact on the volume of food. We were still hungry after ordering our usual entrees. We actually had to order two more selections. They will have to improve on this for me to return. The flavor of their food still is amazing and the service is still pretty consistent.

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★★☆☆☆

The Wild Ginger has long been my favorite resturant in Seattle, until my last dining experience. The portions have honestly shrunk in half since last year. Maybe the economy is starting to have an impact on the volume of food. We were still hungry after ordering our usual entrees. We actually had to order two more selections. They will have to improve on this for me to return. The flavor of their food still is amazing and the service is still pretty consistent.

Cons: Tiny Portions

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Have good friends for a conversation or a book because you are going to wait to be seated. I recommend heading to the bar for self seating if you can handle the smoke and ask for Elena to be your server. She made the frustration of waiting for a table worth the while with her knowledge of the menu and prompt service. The food is wonderful and full of flavor. Parking is a hastle and the location is not great but once you sit down and have something to eat from the Satay bar, Blackened Scallops, Fragrant Duck or one of their great desserts, eveything seems o.k. again. You will leave full.

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★★★★★

Have good friends for a conversation or a book because you are going to wait to be seated. I recommend heading to the bar for self seating if you can handle the smoke and ask for Elena to be your server. She made the frustration of waiting for a table worth the while with her knowledge of the menu and prompt service. The food is wonderful and full of flavor. Parking is a hastle and the location is not great but once you sit down and have something to eat from the Satay bar, Blackened Scallops, Fragrant Duck or one of their great desserts, eveything seems o.k. again. You will leave full.

Pros: Food, Atmosphere, Service

Cons: Crowded, Long Wait

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This place has more hype working for it than an aging boxer. Honestly, there's not a thing wrong with it--the food and service are good, and the atmosphere is nice, but it didn't strike me as anything wildly out of the ordinary. So, everyone who gushes about it should probably relax a bit.

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★★★☆☆

This place has more hype working for it than an aging boxer. Honestly, there's not a thing wrong with it--the food and service are good, and the atmosphere is nice, but it didn't strike me as anything wildly out of the ordinary. So, everyone who gushes about it should probably relax a bit.

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I don't see a point in making a reservation for this place, when I did make one. My guests & I arrived early prior to our scheduled reservation time-to only find out we had to wait. Personally, I enjoy the food & the service....but being in the industry, I was quite disappointed when it comes to making the reservation and to only find out that there was no table and we were offered the Satay Bar, so we ended up in the Bar. Maybe there should be a consideration for those who are respectful enough to make a reservation and save them their table they deserve!

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★★★☆☆

I don't see a point in making a reservation for this place, when I did make one. My guests & I arrived early prior to our scheduled reservation time-to only find out we had to wait. Personally, I enjoy the food & the service....but being in the industry, I was quite disappointed when it comes to making the reservation and to only find out that there was no table and we were offered the Satay Bar, so we ended up in the Bar. Maybe there should be a consideration for those who are respectful enough to make a reservation and save them their table they deserve!

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The first clue should have been no request for a phone number when reservation was made. There's no need as they enjoy the crowded fast pace of looking too busy! Everyone is rushed..service very poor..excellant wine list but no one to serve the product. This is not my idea of a high-end restaurant.
When we complained the manager came to our table to apologize and offered his card with an invitation to call ahead next time for a really good table! No Way! This was an expensive mistake!

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★★☆☆☆

The first clue should have been no request for a phone number when reservation was made. There's no need as they enjoy the crowded fast pace of looking too busy! Everyone is rushed..service very poor..excellant wine list but no one to serve the product. This is not my idea of a high-end restaurant.
When we complained the manager came to our table to apologize and offered his card with an invitation to call ahead next time for a really good table! No Way! This was an expensive mistake!

Cons: service, crowded

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The food is still quite good but service is very spotty, especially for the price range of Wild Ginger. And poor service, I mean downright rude/ignorant, can overshadow any good food and ruin an evening.

Over several years, a location move, and wildly increased popularity, it's gone progressively downhill. And yet there seem to be so many employees milling about...not sure why they can't wait on tables or bar patrons properly.

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★★☆☆☆

The food is still quite good but service is very spotty, especially for the price range of Wild Ginger. And poor service, I mean downright rude/ignorant, can overshadow any good food and ruin an evening.

Over several years, a location move, and wildly increased popularity, it's gone progressively downhill. And yet there seem to be so many employees milling about...not sure why they can't wait on tables or bar patrons properly.

Pros: Large dining room, Good Food

Cons: Awkward bar area, Poor Service

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I live in Portland, but I try to get to Wild Ginger whenever I visit Seattle. I haven't been to the new location, so I hope it's as great as the old one. Everything I've tried, from the wild boar satay to the Peking duck, was fantastic, each dish distinctly different. Service is always good, and I love the mango margaritas. Can't wait to come up and try the new place.

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★★★★★

I live in Portland, but I try to get to Wild Ginger whenever I visit Seattle. I haven't been to the new location, so I hope it's as great as the old one. Everything I've tried, from the wild boar satay to the Peking duck, was fantastic, each dish distinctly different. Service is always good, and I love the mango margaritas. Can't wait to come up and try the new place.

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go for a late lunch. The portions are still generous, the service is attentive without the usual snobbery you get at dinner, and there's barely anyone around! As usual the sweet potato stew is a meal in itself. The 7 flavor beef and the spicy green beans are best. I once had the tofu and tomatoes, which was incredible! Defintely worth a try. The food is great, not exactly what the hype set it up to be, but still good. And really not as pricy as I had been led to believe. They don't exactly "guarantee" reservations, which is bizarre, but go in the afternoon and you can't go wrong. What's up with the plastic bibs they offer you? Very thoughtful, but a bit "House of Ribs" don't you think?

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★★★★★

go for a late lunch. The portions are still generous, the service is attentive without the usual snobbery you get at dinner, and there's barely anyone around! As usual the sweet potato stew is a meal in itself. The 7 flavor beef and the spicy green beans are best. I once had the tofu and tomatoes, which was incredible! Defintely worth a try. The food is great, not exactly what the hype set it up to be, but still good. And really not as pricy as I had been led to believe. They don't exactly "guarantee" reservations, which is bizarre, but go in the afternoon and you can't go wrong. What's up with the plastic bibs they offer you? Very thoughtful, but a bit "House of Ribs" don't you think?

Pros: food, lunch menu

Cons: lack of parking, no real reservation

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