This suburban Thai restaurant competes with the best in the city..
This unpretentious refuge from suburbia has soft chairs, a small bar, quick service and well-spaced tables. The kitchen serves well-executed, traditional Thai fare. Tender chicken satay, juicy steamed pork dumpling, crispy crab rangoons and fresh spring rolls make a great appetizer sampler. There's also tasty tom kha soup, thick panang or spicy green curry or pad thai. For dessert, the menu offers coconut ice cream, Thai custard or sticky rice and mango.
Good and Fresh Thai!. I like this place. They are fast whether you eat in or out. Their food is fresh and flavorful. The only thing I've tried and been disappointed in is their egg rolls - the outside was soggy and not very tasty, but the rest of the dishes I've tried (at least 10) are delicious. I continue to visit this restaurant regularly.
dissapointed. My wife and I have come here for years. The last three times the qualityseems to have have gone down. The first time we let it go, anyone can have a bad day - The last time 30 min. after I ordered we asked the staff to check on the meal and it came after that. It was tastless and Pad Thai chicken was so tough it was not edible. I told them that the Royal Chicken had no flavor and was asked what they would like me to have them do. They took it back added some spice and brought it back. All the food was cold and a classy restourant would simply have replaced the meal. I'm not sure what has changed but it's not for the better. We'll be looking around for another Thai restaurant.
BEST THAI FOOD IN COLORADO - EVEN BETTER SINCE 2006 REMODEL.
I wrote this review in 2005 and I had to come back and say how wonderful this place is. I am a regular and addicted. The REMODLE IS AMAZING... GREAT FOOD, GREAT ATMOSPHERE - THEY GOT IT ALL. THE MOST AUTHENTIC THAI FOOD ON THE PLANET - PLEASE TRY THE HOMEAID COCONUT ICECREAM AFTERWARDS - YUM. My newest favorites are the garlic chicken and the royal chicken.
I am from Seattle and spent the first year very disapointed with the Thai Rest. scene until I stumbled upon this quant nicely decorated establishment - Wild Ginger!! After eating some of the best Thai food for 12 years in the Pacific NW - Wild Ginger brought me home. I love the atmosphere and the food. The wine choices are wonderful. Nothing cheap about this place. My favorite dish is Pannang Curry with Beef, Coconut Icecream (homemade and to die for), Crab Wontons and Kendal Jackson Merlot. YUM. I also love the garlic chicken, dumplins, phad thai, peanut sauce and without Question the best Thai Fried Rice on the planet. Two different versions. My family goes NUTS over this food and look out because parking is getting tough. Don't tell to many people about this place!!
Worth it every time. The Wild Ginger is great, especially for dates. I go there whenever I want to take someone to do something fun and different, because of the ambience and the 'floor tables' you can sit at, space permitting. It's local, affordable, and yet has a touch of something different, and excellent spicy curries.
Little food for the price you pay.
We ordered two dishes and a appetizer. The noodles Pad See Eew that we ordered came with about 5 flat noodles without any flavor. The dish was greasy and the service was not all that.
I really don't recommend this place.There has to be better Thai food out here than this.
Pretty good Thai.
I love Thai and WG is overall pretty good. The noodle wrapped shrimp is interesting as the Royal Chicken is excellent with a homemade curry paste. I like the fact that when I say hot I get it hot!
Quite inexpensive, go crazy get an appetizer and some Tom Yum you will be lucky to break $30.
Try this Thai!. The decor here is standard for a suburban Thai eatery, although they do feature three traditional Thai booths in the rear of the restaurant. Our party started with the Tidbits to get a sample of appetizers. The Crab Rangoon & Dumplings were good, but similar to everywhere else, The Chicken Satay, however, was excellent due to their incredible peanut sauce. Also the coconut soup was good, not the best I ever had but still tasty. For entrees the Pad Thai was good, as was the Green Thai Curry. The seasoned and grilled half chicken entree was also good. This is one of the best Thai restaurants in Denver but I was a little disappointed that they did not feature a few more traditional dishes like Duck & Frog Legs. They do carry all Asian beers & feature a full bar.
Wild Ginger. My husband and I have lived and traveled around the world, including Thailand, in search of the very best Thai food. We have NEVER come across better, more authentic thai food than at Wild Ginger. It is rare for curry paste to be homemade, but it is here. The value for money, ambience, friendly staff and unusual dishes (such as homemade thai sausage) make this place the very best Thai food we have ever eaten, anywhere in the world!
Always Great. My family and I have always been WOWed by This restaurant. My kids are always treated very well, with a ring pop at the end. The entrees are flavorfull prepared with fresh ingredients and delivered quickly. It is an amazing value and worth driving for. Try the pad si lew, jungle curry, pad thai, and garlic pepper chicken.
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