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Tony | Aug 1, 200508:23 PM    

Stopped at the Wild Ginger for Apps and cocktails. Our group ordered about 5 Different Satays and crabcakes,and a couple of their specials. Very disappointed! Lacked flavor and very ordinary.The other thing were the prices: $9.75 for 2 Satay sticks: which were about 3" long each.

I'm sure it must be just me but they seem very over priced and appear to have gone the way of a typical Seattle tourist/expense account resturant.

There are many more great places to stop for outsatnding food and drinks in seattle!

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