Ginger Grill serves up a plentiful menu of Asian-inspired kosher cuisine in a friendly steakhouse setting. Kick off your taste buds' cross-cultural journey with a savory appetizer of dumplings filled with beef, chicken, or vegetables ($7.50), or warm up after group hugs at your Snowmans Anonymous meeting with a bowl of matzo ball soup ($5). Ginger Grill boasts a meat-filled cornucopia of protein-rich entrees such as chicken with black mushrooms and bamboo shoots ($16) and Szechuan lamb ($23). Steakhouse-flavor favorers, meanwhile, can carve into a hearty rib eye ($28), while the indecisive can blend multiple meats with the wok specialty happy family, which brings together chicken, beef, veal, and mixed vegetables to form a brown-sauce smothered portrait ($19). General Tso's tofu ($12) will delight herbivores and herbivoyeurs alike with its vegetarian-friendly spin on a fusion standard. Ginger Grill also serves up a wide selection of pasta and fish dishes, as well as classic and signature sushi rolls.