Wild Ginger Seattle
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 5:00pm, Saturday: 11:30am - 4:30pm
Dinner: Monday - Friday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Saturday: 4:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Holiday Hours: Labor Day :: 3pm - 9pm, Christmas Eve :: 11:30am to 9:30pm, Christmas Day :: Closed, New Years Day :: 4:00pm to 9:00pm
Our facilities have their own personality and style. We offer a range of versatile options, choose from 6 private dining rooms for receptions and seated event space.View Private Dining Details
Great food and wonder service. Glad we visited while we in Seattle.
The food was delicious, and our waitress was amazing. We let her know we had a show that evening, and our food came really quickly. Also, the dessert was super yummy!
The food at Wild Ginger was very good, but not amazing. I had been there many years ago, and I remembered I liked it, but I didn't enjoy it as much the second time. The ambiance was nice and lively and the service was good, and we could walk to it from our hotel so that was a plus.
An excellent meal. The starters were delicious and everybody’s main course set the highest standard. Excellent GF options as well
Service was disappointing. Food was good. The dining room needs some attention - it’s age was showing
Family gathering for an 18 year old birthday. Matthew (our server) was outstanding. He put a meal together for us that was enjoyed by all. We were three generations at the table. The youngest and the grandparents truly enjoyed a wonderful dinner. Good variety of textures, spices, and great looking dishes.
The birthday dinner was memorable for all.
The fragrant duck was outstanding- to me the best I’ve had since I was in Beijing
Great wine menu, amazing service and delicious food. We received wine recommendations based on our orders and they were perfect. Service was great and very friendly.
My daughter and I ended out shopping day with an early dinner. We were seated promptly and thoroughly enjoyed our server. The food was yummy and the wine selection perfect. Thank you.
Wild Ginger is on our must-do list in Seattle. We desperately need you to add a location in Sacramento, as the commute to Seattle is a bit much! We had dinner 2x in three days this time. We look forward to next trip.
The menu has really changed -- not a lot of selections and the value is terrible. Food that we did get was well prepared and tasty but small portions and big price.
Great spot for lunch. Enjoyed the food and service.
Great food and excellent very attentive service. I dined st Wild Ginger several years ago when visiting Seattle and found the food to be as excellent as years ago. Highly recommend to visitors and would definitely return when next on Seattle.
Food was excellent
Phenomenal for, wine, and service. It was a special dining experience and we cannot wait to return!
The wait staff service and food were really good and on point. We enjoyed the food and the excellent service and had a good time.
A Seattle staple. The food is so so so delicious and the staff always amazing. I can hardly decide what to order every time we go!! Everything is good!
We love dining at Wild Ginger before concerts at Benaroya Hall. So easy, delicious and festive.
The food tends to be a bit on the spicy side overall for me, more so than most Thai restaurants I go to, so if you know that going in, that would probably help to know. Our server was quite subdued and not particularly personable but was not unpleasant; it just would have been nice to have someone more engaged ... although maybe she was just having a rough day, who knows? Anyway, overall the ambiance was nice; I've eaten here before when attending an event at the 5th Ave Theater and it was a bit better the last time so I'm thinking because of the holiday (July 4th) it might have been an off day. Overall enjoyed and would recommend!
Food was ok...lamb was very fatty... not that high quality ingredients.
Our martinis were barely colder than room temperature and had an odd sweet taste. Unusual for Belvedere with olives.
We ordered duck. It was cooked perfectly and the plum sauce was excellent, however the duck was extremely salty.
Our server was engaging, accommodating and comped the cheesecake we shared for dessert for the birthday we were celebrating.
All in all it was a bit of a disappointment after friends had told us how great the place was.
The waiter spent most of our meal discussing basketball with the neighboring table. Luckily the bus staff picked up his slack bringing our delicious food and clearing our plates. The food was exceptional so happy with our evening
Our waiter was amazing and very sensitive to the time as we were headed across the street to hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir perform at Benaroya! He kept us on task as we would have talked, and talked, and talked and never gotten our food ordered. Amazing food!!!
This restaurant was recommended by a friend who used to live in Seattle. Excellent and unique food. I had the giant prawns and szechuan green beans. Both excellent.
Flavors were terrific. Sea bass was perfectly cooked. Good variety, very friendly staff from hostess to waitstaff. On our way to Benaroya Hall, and they got us out in plenty of time.
Flying through Seattle, we had the opportunity to spend the evening and picked Wild Ginger for dining. One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle. Didn’t disappoint the family. Shared plates and quick service made the grandchildren happy.
In the past it's been excellent, and the 7-Flavor Beef is still delicious--and two of us really enjoyed the Mango Palmer drink. However, the Spicy Mango drink burned the mouths of 3 in our group. They had to ice their mouths! We are fairly adventurous diners but this was way too spicy! Same with the Salt and Pepper Squid special and the Cambodian Chicken--we couldn't finish either dish. Our server seemed overworked as we didn't see him very much, and when we did he seemed really rushed. He was trying, but it was frustrating for us. Hosting, busing and water service were all great and very attentive. And lovely setting, as always.
Ok usually I do not leave a review but Wild Ginger has consistently been a great restaurant I have gone back to time and time again. This time however food was definitely a miss! Service was a miss! We were there for our anniversary and they gave us the worst table in the restaurant! Decided to eat at the bar as at least it had a better atmosphere!
I have enjoyed eating at the Wild Ginger several times, usually before an event at Benaroya Hall.
I'm impressed with the attentive service,
presentation, and always delighted with the cuisine!
I'll be back for certain. Julie
Very convenient to Benaroya Hall for pre-concert dining. They have always been accommodating to make curtain time. Food is fantastic.
Our server was fantastic - she was bubbly and knew the menu well. Food was great - the lobster and prawn dumpling soup is amazing and the Vietnamese halibut was a creative and delicious dish.
Food was Tasty, well presented & overall service was great. HOWEVER you will pay over 25 dollars per item for what is essentially servings that could fit entirely inside a cup of noodles container. Took 3 items plus (non alcoholic) drinks to fill me and my partner up costing roughly $120. Food tasted great thought and was presented quite artistically and had rich flavor and carried hand picked ingredients. I would recommend the Lamb Chops and the Princess prawns. If you are fortunate enough to take home 70k a year (after taxes) it is Deffinetly worth it for the artful flavorful cuisine, however if you are looking to fill your stomach I'd go to the chipotle a block away.
Love this restaurant
Great dishes and fantastic selection. Worked well of both my vegetarian and my non-pork guests.
This was not a relaxed dining experience. Although the wait staff did not specifically rush us, the environment felt rushed. The wine markups are a little excessive.
Great service, very knowledgeable waiter. Food on point
It was a friend’s birthday we were celebrating. It was recommended by a coworker. The food was good and price is reasonable, however, the service was sub-par. We were being served by 4-5 different people who didn’t seem to be communicating about our orders. Service was a little slow as well. Overall, maybe recommend it for some good asian fusion dishes.
Great princess prawns and seven spice beef. However, gelato desert was NOT good😠. They just need to call it what it is - over sweet ice cream. It is in no way gelato.
Our first time back in 10 years and we were celebrating my Son's 18th birthday. We ordered the seven flavors beef (ended up getting another order since everyone loved it so much), the chicken and lamb satays (chicken was good, lamb was a little fatty), the duck (very flavorful and fatty as expected), and chicken pad thai (my husband ate the entire oversized serving). Wish we had room for dessert... They didn't really do anything "extra" for my Son's birthday, but that's OK. A very good experience for our once-in-a-decade visit.
We were on vacation in Seattle. Very nice place among many fine options in the area. Beautiful decor and ambiance. Attentive staff.