We were referred to the Wild Ginger Restaurant by the hostess of another excellent restaurant in Cambria that was booked. Great surprise. Upon walking in, we wondered whether we were in the right place. Then we looked at the specials posted on the wall, each of which sounded fantastic. We sat down to ponder the menu and had a difficult time deciding among 7 or 8 especially great sounding items. The vegetable soup of the day was a Thai Butternut Coconut that was divine. Hot, spicy, lots of fresh vegetables. We nearly asked for seconds. Main course on the specials was Korean barbecue beef short ribs. So delicious, served with a green papaya salad, perfectly cook vegetables, and noodles that we split, saving room for hazelnut chocolate bread pudding with whipped cream and raspberries and a dish of house-made lychee sorbet. Great, friendly service; priced within the realm. Interesting melange of Pacific Rim and world cuisine. We definitely will return.
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