About Mango Peruvian Restaurant
Authentic Peruvian Fusion nestled downtown in the Washington Avenue Loft district. Mango features an upscale loft style environment where chic and comfort come together in a melding of delicious food and warm hospitality. Relaxed and inviting, come enjoy a signature crafted libation in the bar, a quiet romantic dinner for two or take advantage of the open space to book a large table for a group of friends or even utilize the private dining room which seats up to fifty. A cozy retreat from the bustling city Mango has quickly become one of the most noteworthy restaurants in St. Louis for locals and visitors alike.
Winner of The Best of St. Louis for South American Cuisine and Late Night Happy Hour by the Riverfront Times, winner of Best South American Cuisine by Alive and St. Louis Magazines, and Opentable.com Diner's Choice Award.
Peruvian, Latin American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm,
Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm,
Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Pre-Theater Menu Available Monday - Saturday, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Offering both on and off site catering Mango is able to translate its menu into dishes appropriate for any occasion. Offerings include full sit down dinners, family style meals, or appetizer plates that bring an exciting and tasteful element to any event.
Contact heather@Mangoperu.com for a personalized dining experience.
There is public parking lots North and West of the building as well as plenty of street parking.
Metro Link to the Convention Center (6th & Washington Ave) stop and then West 5 blocks on Washington to 11th Street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private dining for up to 150 guests in an urban loft setting with floor to ceiling windows.
Mango Peruvian Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Mango's offering for Downtown Restaurant ...
Mango's offering for Downtown Restaurant Week was phenomenal. The plaintain chips and salsa verde alone are great. The cause de salmon is really original, great appetizer. The lomo fino sirloin was a little too heavily sauced for my taste but quite delicious overall. The mango sorbet dessert was surprisingly creamy and just delicious too, more of a sherbet than a sorbet. The server was quite heavy handed with aggressively requesting multiple "Extra Helping" charity donations as even at Downtown Restaurant Week special pricing the check for two people is easily over $100. But all in all a good showing for Mango.
We wanted to order from the regular menu ...
We wanted to order from the regular menu but they only had course menu on that day.
If we knew that in advance, we did not make a reservation at Mango.
Also our appetizer came before beverage comes!!!
We liked Mango but very disappointed this time.
My wife and I loved everything about Man ...
My wife and I loved everything about Mango. The Sangria's were amazing. All of the food was delicious. We heard great things so our expectations were high and it certainly lived up to them. Would definitely go back!
A group of 5 made a last minute reservat ...
A group of 5 made a last minute reservation and very happy we did! The food my husband and I ordered was delicious. He got a regular menu item, I ordered a special, and we both left happy. The pitcher of sangria was also good (wasn't anticipating the bit of cinnamon, but it worked). I will go back next time I'm in St. Louis.
This was our first visit and it did not ...
This was our first visit and it did not disappoint. Food, cocktails, and service were fabulous! Highly recommend the ceviche, fish of the day and Lomo Saltado. Loved the ambience, beautifully decorated and totally comfortable with large windows on Washington Ave, great for people watching in between courses! Relatively small but interesting menu. Can't wait to go back!
The food and service were wonderful, wi ...
The food and service were wonderful, with one exception: the flan was too dense and overly sweet. Otherwise we tried several appetizers as well as beef and fish large plate dishes, and all were memorable and delicious. The large plates are large enough to share.
Went with a group of 6 people and were s ...
Went with a group of 6 people and were seated immediately. Loved the open atmosphere with with high ceilings and large windows with view of the vibrant street scene of Washington Street. This place serves some awesome and authentic Peruvian dishes. Also the cocktails were delicious as well. Our server was very friendly and knowledgeable of the cuisine prepared here. Definitely try the Mango Sherbet and orange soda float for dessert. Can't wait to return and try the other entrees on their menu.
The opener of cilantro lime chimchurri s ...
The opener of cilantro lime chimchurri sauce with plantain chips is fabulous. The appetizers were great and entrees did not disappoint. The to-go chocolate cake was dry and not fresh tasting, however. If that'd been better, I'd give it a five star overall.
In planning a girls trip I chose Mango f ...
In planning a girls trip I chose Mango for its location and interesting menu. The location was close to our hotel and was perfect after running around all day. We were an hour early and expected to have to wait but the staff quickly accommodated us and gave us seating outside. We had appetizers, meal, specialty cocktails and shared a dessert. It was all wonderful and our server answered all our questions and took great care of us.
We love Mangos. We are from Illinois but ...
We love Mangos. We are from Illinois but always stop in to have lunch or dinner at Mangos when we come to St. Louis which is several times a year. This time we came for a concert at Busch Stadium. We were able to walk to Busch Stadium from Mangos. We have already recommended to our friends for when they come for a Cardinals game or just visiting St. Louis.
Pretty neat place; walking distance from ...
Pretty neat place; walking distance from the Arch! Loved the welcome appetizers, and was very happy with the vegetarian selection as well! Would definitely be a business meeting/date night regular if I lived in St. Louis!
When I made the reservation I included t ...
When I made the reservation I included that this was for our 30th anniversary. When we arrived, the hostess took my name and wished us a happy anniversary. The table was decorated with ribbon curls and it was obvious that our waitstaff knew about the event. They also tossed in a complimentary dessert. Food was good and the server knew her foods and was able to share her expertise with us.
Was in St. Louis for the night with my w ...
Was in St. Louis for the night with my wife and found Mango. We both had the steak special which was served with an au gratin dish. The rare steaks were cooked perfectly. And while I'm not a fan of sauces on steak most of the time, it complemented the steak very well without overpowering it. The food was so good we played a game called "the last time I had a meal this good". It had been a long time for both of us!
The waitstaff was friendly and quick. Next time I'm in St. Louis, I'll be sure to go to Mango!
Great food and great service. Had the gr ...
Great food and great service. Had the grilled fish dish and the fish was perfectly done. They also had a chicken wing special which was by far the best wings I've ever had. Our waitress, Hayden (?), was great and helpful in making choices for dinner.
Our waitress was lovely and attentive. M ...
Our waitress was lovely and attentive. My water glass never got below the half way mark. I had the empanadas as an appetizer & the shrimp dish as my main. AMAZING food. Everest the table was pleased with what they ordered and we want to go back!
This was an excellent place for the trav ...
This was an excellent place for the traveler staying in downtown. The menu heavily favors Peruvian seafood. It misses some of the wider spectrum of upscale Peruvian restaurant menus on the West Coast but is a good find with very satisfying food. The Pisco Sour was excellent. The flan demonstrated my feelings about the restaurant....the taste was spot on and excellent but the texture and a few bubbles within let the secret out that it was cooked a bit fast after having been whipped too much. Very minor attention to detail and a bit broader menu could transform this place into a national class example of the finest Peruvian fare.
Mango was a fun place to eat on a Friday ...
Mango was a fun place to eat on a Friday night. Good was pretty decent, and the recommendations made by our server were all good. Drinks were a little disappointing for variety, but they were good enough. The Plantain chips were a nice touch, and the seafood was very fresh. I especially like the Cerviche Mixto
Eclectic menu, excellent service and sup ...
Eclectic menu, excellent service and superb food. My husband I were in St. Louis for a convention, and Mango was within walking distance of the convention center. I have never had Peruvian food, but I am so glad I tried it. Fresh seafood, lean beef, and tons of veggies...and the Sangria oh my! We actually had such a great dinner, that later that same night, we came back again for the reverse happy hour at 10pm!
Our dining experience was disappointing. ...
Our dining experience was disappointing. They were out of two small plates which we were going to order. I had to get my own refill of mango tea (which was good). Had to request sweetener, salt and pepper. The beef sandwich was flavorful.
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