Some coworkers wanted to go to Ding’s Garden for their famous wonton noodle soup, so I decided to join them too! It’s been really hot lately, but that didn’t stop us from ordering large bowls of noodle soup! Ding’s Garden is a Shanghainese restaurant located on Gale Avenue across from the 99 Ranch Market plaza on Gale and Nogales. There is a good variety of dishes here, and they are all reasonably priced!
Shanghai-style steamed dumplings for $5.70- You’ll get 8 pieces of delicious pork and vegetable dumplings! I especially enjoyed the doughyness of the bread.
I ordered the green pickle and shrimp noodle soup for $5.70! The vegetable isn’t actually “green pickle,” but it is literally translated from Chinese as “snow vegetable.”
Szechwan dandan dry noodles for $5.70! These noodles are dry only in comparison to soup noodles. The sauce is a spicy peanut-flavored sauce.
For $5.70, you can order a noodle soup that is filled with 10 pork and vegetable wontons and noodles!