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Whenever I see a Peruvian restaurant, I order the ceviche. It was listed as an appetizer, but I had it as my main meal. It was good, lacked a bit of spices, but I asked for a side of hot sauce (that was rally hot)...More
Mango was the one place on our visit to St Louis for which we made a reservation in advance. Had read great things on various websites, and looked like a great spot. Visit did not disappoint.
Food was great (had the crispy wing special app...More
We were in St. Louis for a Hawks game. We stayed right in the heart of downtown. And you need to know, downtown St. Louis IS NOT the place to be. Especially on a Saturday afternoon. We were so glad we had limited time to...More
We had 5:45 reservations on a Sat. We were happily surprised to see a chalkboard sign by the front door that advertised sangria pitcher for $18 3-6 pm. Sangria was mostly ice. We dumped our ice back in the pitcher and used a knife to...More
We have never eaten Peruvian food so we did not know what to expect as fav as flavors and offerings were concerned. We were beyond pleased with our entire meal including wines, appetizers, entrees and dessert! For the appetizer we chose Jalea Mixta-I'm glad I...More
Went to this restaurant in December 2018 with family members who are not Peruvians. All of them enjoyed the food. I had the ceviche with was delicious and some beef stew with rice and beans that tasted fantastic. The desserts were also very good but...More
Visited this restaurant in October 2018 with a group of friends. We originally booked for 4 people but when I called back to add one additional person,I was told they would “try to squeeze her in and it would be squishy”. To our surprise when...More
Mango is located on Washington avenue, about 10 blocks west of the Mississippi. It is a large restaurant that occupies most of the ground floor of a high-rise in central St. Louis. Tables with white tablecloths, attentive service and excellent Peruvian food characterize the place....More
I enjoyed a business dinner with colleagues at Mango. The restaurant is easy to access and near ample parking. I tried the house made sangria to start - fresh and fruity. Then I ordered the special - filet and shrimp with potatoes and asparagus. The...More
Mango was within walking distance of the Marriot Grand hotel where we were staying, so, my husband and I went for dinner on a Friday evening; We never had Peruvian cuisine, but were happy we gave it a try.
We had a 7:30 reservation and...More