Wild Ginger Asian Restaurant and Satay Bar is the Seattle area’s premier Asian restaurant, rooted in the time-honored customs and cultures of the East. With two locations in Seattle and Bellevue, Wild Ginger offers an experience for the senses in a delightful, vibrant and inspiring space. Wild Ginger features fiercely authentic and traditional Asian dishes spanning the eastern Pacific Rim from China to Indonesia, and Malaysia to Vietnam. Chefs insist on house-made ingredients, cracking coconuts to make coconut milk, grinding spices for curries, blending spicy chili sambals and cooking fresh oysters to bottle pungent oyster sauce—all from scratch. For more information visit www.wildginger.net.
Malay Mama, a tropical concoction at Wild Ginger
SEATTLE – In honor of the upcoming exhibit, Gauguin and Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise at the Seattle Art Museum taking place February 9 through April 29, Wild Ginger’s Executive Chef Jacky Lo and his team have created a special, limited time menu item with a cocktail to match.
Spice things up with the Indonesian Twice-Cooked Chicken Wings, simmered in ginger, lemongrass, coconut and a sweet soy sauce, and then deep fried and tossed in a hoisin barbeque sauce ($6 for 8 wings). Sweeten the deal with the Malay Mama, a tropical concoction of guava and banana rum mixed with tropical juices and a splash of grenadine, served on the rocks with a toasted coconut and sugar rim and a wedge of grilled pineapple ($6 each).
Wild Ginger—Bellevue and Seattle, Wash.