This restaurant has a modern sleek look and feel. However, the food, and service is just average and overall the dining experience is just alright....decent, but nothing to write home about. In Wooster, we prefer Sue Mins for Chinese cuisine. Although Sue Mins looks like a holdover from a 1960s greasy spoon, which essentially is what it is, the food is far superior, with each dish being custom prepared, and the prices seem better, while Wild Ginger leaves you feeling more of a pre packaged feeling. In Wooster, Wild Ginger is passable, but not great.
Cons: average food, , slightly high prices, feels too "cookie cutter" with meals