Wang’s treasure – Wang’s in the Desert

Wang's treasure - Wang's in the Desert
Chicken breast, beef, scallops, shrimp and mixed vegetables in an oyster-soy sauce. $26
Wang’s in the Desert, Palm Springs CA

This dish was decent, but way too expensive for what it was – a combination stir fry. I feel cheated for saying too much.

Siam Szechuan beef – Wang’s in the Desert

Siam Szechuan beef - Wang's in the Desert
Sliced Angus beef, celery, green onions, carrots, wok fried in Szechuan sauce. $21
Wang’s in the Desert, Palm Springs CA

Another pretty salty dish from Wang’s. I liked the Szechuan sauce flavors, but it wasn’t spicy at all – not even a little bit.

Cosmopolitan cocktail – Wang’s in the Desert

Cosmopolitan cocktail - Wang's in the Desert

42 Below vodka, cranberry juice, triple sec, citrus. Happy hour $5
Wang’s in the Desert, Palm Springs CA

Nothing beats a good ole happy hour on a warm desert afternoon. Apparently, Wang’s is the place to be on Fridays!

Empty cocktail glasses, Wang's in the Desert
Happy hour damage. Ok, maybe we drink too much, lol!

Windmills along Highway 10
Windmills along Highway 10.

Warm edamame – Wang’s in the Desert

Warm edamame Wang's in the Desert

Chinese soy beans, wokked in a garlic, soy sauce. $6
Wang’s in the Desert, Palm Springs CA

Wow, this was SO salty! It was kind of disgusting. I would try to quickly eat one then have to chug some water to combat the saltiness. Ew!

Pickled cucumber Wang's in the Desert

Pickled cucumber with white and black sesame seeds. Complimentary.
Thank goodness these were good. Wish the rest of their dishes we the same.  😦

Korean spare ribs – Wang’s in the Desert

Korean spare ribs Wang's in the Desert

4 pieces of bite size pork ribs braised in a soy bbq sauce. Served with tangy Korean cole slaw. $9
Wang’s in the Desert, Palm Springs CA

These were sticky, sweet, salty, and absolutely delicious! Among all the small plates we tried, this was the most substantial. I love pork ribs and these did not disappoint!