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Anyone eaten at The Ginger Pad in Burlington?

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It's one of the new restaurants in Wayside Commons. I see they are opening a Not Your Average Joe's in November, and just learned there's a Capital Grille opening in January.

Ginger Pad is advertised as Asian Bistro. Just wondering if it's any good. Here's the website: http://www.gingerpad.com

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  1. Yes, I ate there yesterday. I had the Kung Pao Chicken. Wasn't bad but it wasn't good either. It feels like a fast food joint, only slower.

    I wouldn't go out of my way to eat there.

    1. What's the price range? There are no prices in the on-line menu.

      Am I alone in being annoyed by this omission?

      1. I have a menu in front of me right now prices are between $6.50-$7.95 for rice and noodle bowls and the slect your own dishes are between $7.50-$9.50 depending on what meat/tofu you get. I stopped by last week or the week before and they were all in there but they hadn't opened yet so I haven't actually tried the food.

        1. I ate there the past two days. How good it is depends on your frame of reference. Compared to our company cafeteria two blocks away, it's excellent. I wouldn't drive there from somewhere else, or compare it with a really good restaurant, but it's a reasonable place to have lunch. 7 bucks will get you a big bowl of noodles and stuff, and it's not bad. The service is efficient - you pay at the cash, take your number to a table and sit down. They bring the food to you. This means you don't have to wait around the counter for your food, get up and go get your food, or wait around for the check. I'll probably go back today.

          1. It's obviously not a mom & pop restaurant where the food is cooked with love. It's more like assembly line Asian food. In my opinion, the quality of the thin sliced beef is lacking. Maybe good for once a month...