Ginger Blossom Asian Kitchen is the latest place Nate and I have tried and they're... okay. They deliver to our neighbourhood (unlike our favourite brick and mortar places) and their food is palatable. We haven't tried everything on a menu, of course, but here's my experience so far:
Their Hot & Sour Soup is okay, as is their Won Ton Soup. A single serving is $3.50, which is normal.
Ginger Blossom's Deep Fried Shrimp Dumplings are delicious because they're deep fried (and most deep fried things taste good). They come with a side of a very thick and addictive mayonnaise. (Or maybe the addictive thing is just me.)
Their Wonton in Spicy Peanut Sauce is awful. Gooey and drowned. Their Szechuan Chicken is way too sweet (imo), but their Beef with Oyster Sauce is decent and their Tofy with Minced Pork is surprisingly tasty. (The Minced Pork seems gross at first, like grade B ground beef or mystery meat, but it's actually really yummy. On rice, this dish is a favourite.)
What you should know: within their delivery area, drop off is free as long as you order more than $25 worth of food. Otherwise, it's $2. If you order more than $28 worth of food before taxes, you get a free item from a predetermined list. I recommend the Deep Fried Chicken Wings. (See note above about how all things deep fried taste good.) If you order more than $48 worth of food and you pick up and pay cash, you get 10% off and a free item. Don't forget to ask for these perks or you won't get them.
Ginger Blossom Asian Kitchen is nothing special. It's not authentic or impressive. But if you're looking for take out that isn't awful, it's a decent choice.
Ginger Blossom Asian Kitchen
256 Christie St.