Seattle`s best loved satay bar has moved to a new location but the crowd still swamp the enlarged dining room. This place is "in" -- Dennis Rodman, members of Pearl Jam, and Cindy Crawford were among the beautiful people spotted here during the 1996 NBA finals. The menu is a pan-Asian cuisines: Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian. The fragrant crispy duck is wildly popular, as are all nine satay offerings.
Offering guests southeastern Asian meals, this is an upscale restaurant. Expect the average entrée to cost over $30, and plan to fit the scene by dressing casual.
Atmosphere: The establishment has an authentic décor. The interior is enhanced by displayed artwork, and the lighting is by lanterns. The establishment is small, and is comfortable and relaxed and patroned mostly by locals. Table talk is easy - this restaurant is quiet and subdued.
More Reasons to Go: The live jazz is a great part of your dining experience at this restaurant on Mondays.
Eating & Drinking: Open for lunch and dinner. The menu here at Wild Ginger is supplemented with daily specials based on seasonal freshness and availability.A full selection of alcoholic beverages are served.
Details to Note: Reservations are accepted. Carryout is available. Entrances and walkways are wheelchair friendly. The restaurant stays open late.
Ways to Pay: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Diners Club