Ginger's Restaurant at The Doubletree Times Square
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Ginger's is a restaurant located on the fifth floor of the DoubleTree hotel in Times Square. This restaurant was designed to pay tribute to the roaring '20s and the stars it produced. Since it is located close to New York's famed Broadway theaters, Ginger's is always open for pre-show and post-show times. The dining room itself is elegantly decorated with exotic Asian accents to liven up the room.
Ginger's menu is a combination of both American and Asian cuisine. Diners can start with items like popcorn shrimp, pan fried chicken dumplings, a spice rubbed salmon salad or a jumbo Maryland crab cake. 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.
it is not on the 5th floor, basically bar dining. No view as the website says that there is. Right by the elevators where the light goes on every time it opens, extremely annoying. The food was bland and tasteless and my husband was sick all and the next day. DO NOT GO HERE
Food price was reasonable for Times Square. Quality was okay. To be expected for a hotel dining experience.
The website said it was on the 5th floor. It was in the lobby. No atmosphere. The food was fine but not exceptional for the price.
We were able to get a seat on a Saturday night which was great. However, the service was slow & we waited a very long time for the food. We were heading to the theater & were warned it was taking a while. The restaurant was not very full & we didn’t order food that took a long time to make (salad, burgers & sandwiches). The total bill was $110, which seemed excessive even for nyc!
The hotel would not let us in. Also they looked at us like we were idiots when we told them we had an open table reservation. They acted like they didn’t even know what open table was when they shouldn’t even be on open table in the first place if people that don’t stay at the hotel aren’t even allowed in. Ridiculous! Do not book here or you will have to find somewhere else to eat as they did not honor reservation!
The food here was good. I had the french onion soup and the beet salad. Very happy with both. There were some things we were not happy with. First, we thought we were going to the fifth floor location in the hotel, but found out that it is closed and our table was out in the open in the lobby. Second, we booked a reservation for 3 people but were given a table that was clearly for two. My son had to sit with his legs draped over a bar that ran between two table legs in front of him. If they didn't have a table for three they shouldn't have taken our reservation. That was really not classy or acceptable. Lastly, my husband's wine glass looked very dirty. Looked like there was lipstick all over the rim. That was a big turnoff. Prices here were not cheap and we expected better for the price
Arrived at the restaurant and it was closed. It didn't even open up that day.