Went to the Wild Ginger a couple days ago, which is hidden away in the midst of the food court at Tinseltown. There's a bar area up front, and further in is the restaurant area with a view of the street below.
Their menu posted near the entrance, as well as most of their specials, seem to be catered to the Caucasian market (i.e. typical Chinese takeout type of food), but I was delighted to find that they also have a good selection of Cantonese dishes. About a third of their menu is 'fusion fare', although I'm not entirely sure exactly which cuisines are being fused.
We tried the "Mayo Mayo" from the fusion menu (fried prawns with a sweet mayo sauce, over crispy onion slivers), which came with fried rice shaped like a swimming carp. Definitely not healthy but super delicious! We also had a satay chicken chow mein, which was nice and light, not too greasy or salty.
Pricing is a little higher than expected ($15-20 for dinner dishes), although the portion size is quite large and makes up for it. Their "light weight" dishes, lunch dishes and specials are cheaper ($5-10), although I haven't tried any.
Overall, it was a surprising find, and I certainly wouldn't mind coming back here to try more of their delicious food!