But overall, it was a pleasant dining experience. Ingredients are often cut fine or shredded and then assembled or cooked quickly to order. Wasn't impressed with the Pad Thai as it was a bit sweet. Still, it did go well with the fish, which was steaming, tender, and flaky. I wouldn't come for a fine dinner though, because there isn't enough fine food to attract me to this area which usually is abandoned at night though not far from Time Square.
The duck lived up to its name, as the skin was crispy and flavorful, and yet the duck meat itself was tender and well cooked. It was delicious, the steak was cooked perfectly and the shrimp were of a nice size and were flavorful. They are modified, with sesame sauce instead of chili sauce not spicy any more, can't call it Szechuan style. A waiter came by our table, saw that we were finished with the sushi, and took the soy sauce contained off our table and walked over to another table across the restaurant. Inside is a fine looking restaurant with decor rivaling Manhattan restaurants, with hanging plants, a classy brick wall, intimate wicker chair seating, and an overall Southeast Asian vibe. All in all, a solid four stars out of five.
Entrees followed a similar pattern of high and low points. Aromatic lemon grass, bits of pineapple and fresh cilantro enhanced these grilled jumbos, but the flavor fell flat in an unaccountably dull Sichuan peppercorn stir-fry. Although I didn't eat anything prior to going, it was very filling. The entrée section is equally as diverse with items such as a buffalo chicken wrap, chicken quesadilla, caprese sandwiches or a Mediterranean sea bass in a scampi sauce. The garnish on the top was supposed to be crispy, but I found it to be a bit stale.
There were some things we were not happy with. When we finished the sushi, a rather odd thing happened. The sauce was good without being heavy or cloying. It also came with a nice assortment of vegetables. Either way, we will create an innovative menu catered to the needs of your guests. We'll use one of two methods to transfer your name into your registrar account.
Our portfolio includes both descriptive and brandable names. I also had an amazing drink their signature drink the wild ginger martini yum! We also have a large selection of premium. I love the ambiance as soon as you walk in the decor is beautiful! The Benefits of Ginger Skin Care Ginger Skin Care is high in antioxidants which protects your skin from early signs of aging and damage caused by free radicals. The sauce was sweet; at first I found it delicious but the more I ate of it the more overpowering the sweetness was. The food is healthful, savory and fast, prepared with cooking techniques developed in ancient times, when scarcity of fuel was a serious concern. Ginger can also minimize the appearance of hyperpigmentation, reduce inflammation, reduce the occurrence of acne and improve skin radiance. The drizzle of hoisin sauce and scallions lent a classic Chinese flair to the dish.
I had the french onion soup and the beet salad. I had a few bites of a salmon dish that was excellent and a very large portion. It was another few minutes before the rest of our plates were cleared. I recommend Gingers for a casual date or just if you find yourself in Time Square. Its got mango, which I do not personally like with tuna and salmon as I don't enjoy my fish to be sweet, and the presentation and fish are passable. I decided to come bak during the week and eat at the bar it was amazing once again this time i had the steak and shrimp wow! Asian Fusion style - Sushi, Thai, Indonesian, and Chinese.
Looked like there was lipstick all over the rim. Execellent casual Chinese Dining — Ginger's is great! December 08, 2018 Ginger Chi's 2018 Gift Guide The holiday season is upon us and with so many gifts to buy and for so many different people, it can be quite stressful. We have an extensive wine and liquor list. Besides using the freshest seafood, we also blend our own unique sauces and recipes into our recipes which fills each bite with an explosion of flavor. When the plate came out, the table next to me was so impressed that they all ordered one.
For more information, please read our. But lots of ginger in the dipping sauce for steamed pork dumplings uplifted this usually heavy selection. Samba Delight was another successful sauté, this one of sea scallops, shrimp, chicken and vegetables. Ginger's is a restaurant located on the fifth floor of the DoubleTree hotel in Times Square. Being Asian, the first thing that struck me was that it had no bones which most authentic Asian fish dishes have. I came in the first time on a Saturday and it was packed! I opted for the crispy duck with pineapple fried rice.
All in all, I would go back here and try something different, most people really enjoyed the meal. Our cocktail list, each named in homage of gays bars of San Francisco history, will certainly take you on a trip down memory lane; or if you're new to the city, a drinker next to you at our bar will most likely have a story or two to tell! The Seafood Ceviche is not very good. Be sure to ask your waiter for a recommendation that will best compliment your meal choices. The green vegetable dumplings were excellent, enjoyed by all. The place looks classy and nice quite music.
We finished up dinner with some of their green tea, served in a cup with a small pot; it was quite good and refreshing. One thing I really liked was the fact that we could see the kitchen and all the cooks preparing our meals right in front of us. My son had to sit with his legs draped over a bar that ran between two table legs in front of him. The mango that had been promised with seaweed salad seemed absent, but this was no loss, since the heap of dressed seaweed is the reason one orders this dish. The Sambal Sambal chicken is basically Thai basil chicken and that is very good. All in all, the food was decent to good, the service was friendly. The presentation was beautiful, as you can see here.