Hype

  
Crested Butte Weekly      by Jim Leim
"Although the Ginger Café has produced more than its share of Pad Thai addicts in town, the menu offers numerous seductively tasty dishes. You can choose a range of spiciness that suits all from the faint of heart to the extreme chili connoisseur. I always ask my server Zen for her top recommendation of the evening. The most recent addition to the menu, a Thai Lavosh, is one of my favorites. It is a cracker bread covered with saffron shrimp, roasted red pepper, green onions, a Thai pesto spread, and topped with melted Havarti cheese. Surprised that a Middle Eastern dish like a Lavosh has been converted into an appetizer with a delectable Thai twist? Welcome to the Ginger Café."

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Elephant Journal      8/11/2009      by Michael
"As the evening progressed, the atmosphere in Ginger Cafe took warmer and even more hospitable tones. How can I describe it to you? A restaurant business is not all about making money. Sure. Its not just about good food, either. Fair enough. Ginger Cafe is a place people work who are obviously proud of their product. The kitchen is visible from the dining area. It’s a busy place. You can look in and see shiny, nice cookware being worked out to produce your food."

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