Ok, back to our dining experience.... The menu at Wild Ginger is really large so it took us forever to decide what to eat. My method for deciding what to eat is to pick my top 2 or 3 favorites and then close the menu until the server comes back. When they ask me I want I just decide spontaneously between my choices, that way I feel like I get what I really wanted all along. I had my choices narrowed down to vegetable stir-fry with shrimp, Pho or the fisherman's hot pot. Pho (pronounced F-uh) is a Vietnamese dish with white rice noodles in a light beef broth with thinly cut steak garnished with onions and bean sprouts and other seasonings. I've not had it, nor am I very knowledgeable about Vietnamese dishes, but I read a post on Amateur Gourmet about his experience with Pho and I was very intrigued. I was very close to ordering this, but I chickened out and ordered the vegetable stir fry with shrimp. And don't get me wrong it was good, but pretty standard. The same with Ryan's dish, he ordered the spicy shrimp stir fry (with a 10 spice level) and it was good, but pretty standard. And, according to Ryan, not spicy at all (the plight of the white man continues). So when we got home I kept thinking, "I should have gotten the Pho or sushi, or something new!" I was getting angry at myself for not being more adventurous. Especially in light of the fact that we do blog about food and it would have been a much more interesting post if I talked about a new dish or a new sushi roll I tried. blah. Next time I vow to be more bold!! What have I got to lose!?