Somedays, Ginger is just the perfect dinner option. It's cheap, it's filling, and 9 times out of 10, it's totally delicious.
I tried a new thing last time G and I went, the chicken and beef kebab with udon noodles.
As you can see, there were two chicken kebabs and one beef kebab on a bed of slightly seasoned udon. It was absolutely delicious (and all of about $8!). I had to have a spring roll, because honestly, there is something crazy delicious about their spring rolls. They are bizarrely crispy, greasy yet really light.
They also have the non-fried ones that G gets occasionally.
The food was really good. The restaurant on Church Street is actually pretty nice, always packed, and really efficient. Like I said, the prices can't be beat. The only downside is that often the entire neighborhood smells like Ginger! GRIM!