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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.
St. Louis, MO 63101
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 are 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, 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
What an incredible surprise- this restaurant was fabulous and the food- every dish we ordered among all 4 of us- was super flavorful special and delicious! I found it on Open Table!! This really makes me believe the reviews! I wish I could go back tomorrow to savor it again!! Believe me- go here.
Monday night restaurant mostly empty and waited 5 min to get appetizer & nearly hour to get entree... server came by 5 min before entree came out to let us know they got 2 *huge* tables, but why would that matter.. ceviche mixto was ok, I sent back the causa de salmon appetizer that I had ordered as an entree, beautiful presentation however the salmon part was like canned salmon with sweet mayo, did not like. Hubby got the lomo saltado and it was more of an Asian beef n onion stir fry in flavor and tons of sweet salty sauce. Loved the idea and was so excited to come here but booooo... plus usually when a dish is sent back the manager or chef comes out to apologize and see what was wrong so as to avoid similar situation in the future.. absolutely nada here, server was nonchalant lol..
This was a great find. We were in the city just overnight and I happened upon this restaurant.
We were able to basically have dinner and a show since we were sitting outside on the patio watching people come and go on the street.
The drinks (Limeade) were delicious and the food was excellent.
We left but ended up coming back for dessert which was great.
It's a fun find for sure
Mango is our families favorite St. Louis restaurant. While not typical St. Louis cuisine, it is always top notch quality and service. We have come to love Peruvian food and no longer need menus to order as we sampled pretty much the entire offering.
The kids love Inca cola even though they are now teenagers and beyond. The house made Sangria is the best we have ever found!
Please support this wonderful St. Louis institution on Washington Avenue!
My husband and I were in town for the weekend. This looked like a great alternative to the average. We had a quinoa salad that was delicious to start and ceviche was also very good. I don't quite remember the name of my dish but it ended in macho as in spicy and it was very good. So was my husbands chicken. Definitely check it out.
Visited for dinner while in town for a convention. Was not crowded on a wednesday evening. Beautiful old building with outside seating on the sidewalk and large open seating area plus what looked like a private large area that I could see as we walked in. Provided free plantains and a dipping sauce, ordered a dish with pieces of filet of beef, very good. Overall great value, suprised at how low the prices were, but being from NY I always expect cheaper prices
Feel let down waiting a long time for our appetizers. My wife's Quinoa finally arrived 35 minutes after ordering. Alas my Shrimps were delayed until being served at the same time our entrees arrived. Our server at least did advise and apologize that the kitchen was running at least 25 minutes behind. She wasn't exaggerating. Food was good, interesting flavours. But overall not impressive. Was excited to try Peruvian food for the first time.
My 2 sons and I went there for dinner. It was our last night in St. Louis, we were celebrating my son's recent graduation from college and his upcoming Birthday. We were greeted and seated. We loved the decor and the food was fabulous!!!! Our waiter ruined our experience !! We ordered , we asked for the appetizers first to then be followed by dinner! He came to the table with the appetizers ,then told us the kitchen was backed up and all our food was cooked. There weren't many people in the restaurant, so that didn't make sense. Then he asked us what we wanted to do? We told him to bring the food when we were finished with appetizer! We were almost done , he and another waiter came with the rest of the food. It was Luke warm!! We were eating, not finished with dinner and he wanted to know how we were paying. He never came over to see if we needed anything or liked our meals! He didn't even suggest dessert. The 2 bus boys were terrific! My son's and I go out to dinner a lot! We travel and try different restaurants!! We all agreed that our waiter was the worst and ruined our last dinner together in St.Louis.
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner. The menu offered quite a variety of choices. The server was friendly and attentive. He was able to explain the options and tell us how our selections were prepared. The restaurant is attractively decorated, and we enjoyed our table located by the windows which gave us an excellent opportunity for people watching during our short wait for our food. To the staff and management: Well done!
Birthday celebration with family from out of town...The good things I had heard about Mango Peruvian were right, and it was a really pleasant evening. Table was decorated, but low key recognition of event that was perfect. Drinks and food both very good with everyone finding their selections pleasing. We will visit again!
Very Unique. Loved the plantain chips and cilantro dip. Tried the Sangria and Pisco Sour. Yum! Sangria fruit but not overly sweet. Pisco was perfectly sour and refreshing. Steak screws were very tender. Lots of spice. The corn cakes were quite rich and the pickled onions really balanced them out. Service was fast and warm.
The food, overall, was pretty good. However, our service was terrible. Being in the service industry when the wait staff is less than subpar I like to take into consideration how busy they could potentially be. Unfortunately for Shelbie, our server, she was not busy she was just absent.
Outstanding! I left a note on the reservation that it was a birthday dinner and the table was decorated with confetti, and the servers all told him "happy birthday" all night, not to mention the free dessert. The food was absolutely delicious and drinks amazing, also. Very very happy with our evening.
I took a group of honors Spanish students to Mango, which has been one of my favorite restaurants since it opened at McKenzie Point years ago. The food is fresh, healthy, and perfectly prepared. The service is friendly, and the staff is happy to speak Spanish with you if you want. There are lots of vegetarian and fish options. I especially recommend the ceviche and the causa de salmon. When I used to enjoy a cocktail (never with students, obvs), I loved the pisco sour. All of my students loved their meals. The only other observation I have is that the service was slow, but I suppose that is normal with a large group (12 people).
We have been to this restaurant several times and always enjoyed the meals in this relaxed setting. Food is excellent! We were disappointed that the empanadas were sold out at 6:30 pm so we will need to get there earlier next time. Comment about noise level is because we were seated near the bar and were frequently interrupted by the sound of the blender.
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