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- 51%Green Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (9)
- Wild GingerJul 28, 2013
This place is great right downtown so we usually hit it when we are there for a conference. I always worry when a place offers multiple regional specialties but they always get it right. Lots of interesting choices all done to perfection. In past years we somehow missed their Satay menu but we made up for that this time. Check it out! Your taste buds will thank you!
- Wild GingerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11May 30, 2013
While this is the tourist spot or the large work outing go to spot in Seattle it is still DELICIOUS food.
If you are in town for the weekend check out what is playing at the Triple door downstairs. The sound is amazing and the service is wonderful.
- Wild GingerSep 10, 2012
Deliicous! Thank you Tom Douglas for another brilliant restaurant.
This is a vibrant restaurant with flavor in the food and the decor.
About 11 years ago I actually went here for Prom! Not your average prom spot for dinner but we wanted something snazzy and unique and it def. hit the mark!
- Wild GingerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersAug 22, 2012
Great pan-asian food near Pike Place and all the hotels in the area. The restaurant is huge with modern decor and lots of space and high ceilings. I would imagine this is a great place for a group lunch or dinner. They also have some great specialty cocktails. It is popular for lunch with people who work in the area, and also for dinner.
They are known also for their satays -- we had a couple of different kinds and all of them were very good.
- Wild GingerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Wild Ginger has been a Seattle mainstay of great dining for over 20 years. New restaurants have come and gone, but for me, nothing in Seattle beats Wild Ginger. With some of the best cocktails in Seattle, you can come here for tapas and drinks or a full-on meal. With small plates, you could order 10 items for two people and taste flavors from Indonesia and Malaysia to China and Vietnam.