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Offers Asian cuisine as well as Latin options.
Restaurant, Bar, Caterer, Hotel/B&B
Señor Wong is located in Downtown St. Paul and offers up an Asian/Latin mix of food and an array of cocktails. Vegetarian Dishes include: "Mocko's" aka mock duck tacos with pico de gallo; Vietnamese Noodle Salad; "Tostada Vegetariana"; and veggie eggrolls. Vegan-friendly. Offers cocktails, a bar, a lounge, and patio seating. Happy hour M-F from 4-6 with a late night happy hour M-Sat from 10-2am.
Note that the kitchen closes at different times each night: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: midnight. Friday/Saturday: 1am; Sunday/Monday: 11pm. The hours listed here are for the bar/lounge.
on Jun 11 08
(last updated May 18 15)
Mark this place closed (permanently).
Most Recent Reviews
There were no vegan or vegan-option dishes on the entree menu, and the waiter didn't say any of them could be made vegan. But we had the eggplant torts sandwich as well as edamame. They were both good. The service was very attentive (perhaps too attentive). They kept checking in over and over.
7/15/13 update: So the menu continues to evolve (the AWESOME mock duck tacos are still there!) but there are now more and more vegetarian options that can also be made vegan. There is a banh mi with mock duck that can be vegan with no mayo, spring rolls with a request of no meat, and some other options. The servers are great and knowledgeable about what can/can't be vegan plus the chef is very open to more suggestions! The beer and cocktails are also fantastic - they put in more taps and strive to have a TON of tasty local craft beers as well as imaginative (and tasty!) craft cocktails.
6/23/08: EDIT: So I revisited this place and I still LOVE the Mock Duck Tacos (aka "mockos"). If you order the entree, the dressing on the salad is not vegan, but you can order with no dressing and chimichurri sauce instead. After speaking with the head chef, he informed me that the chile relleno can be made vegan if ordered without cheese.
We also learned that the base for fried rice is made ahead of time, so while it is possible to get some made from scratch without egg, it may not be the best choice. I am not sure about other sauces yet, such as the stir fry. I don't really care, though, as I just want more "mockos."
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Downtown St. Paul
Located in Downtown Saint Paul, in the Kellogg Square building. The main entrance is on the 4th street side between Minnesota, and Robert Street. You can also access via Skyway, or from the Kellogg Square parking ramp as well. Parking is free on city streets Monday-Saturday after 4:30pm, Sunday is free parking all day.
$$ - average
- Eclectic (Fusion)
- Happy Hour
- Large Group-Friendly
- Live Music
- Outdoor Seating