Saint Paul, Minnesota
July 24, 2005
Village Wok has all the trappings of a college-campus restaurant: it's open late, some of the food is greasy, and there is a lot of loud conversation. This atmosphere only adds to the charm, though.
Village Wok has just about every Asian-style dish you could ever want. From Udon noodles, to mock duck, to many Szechwan-style dishes, they have literally hundreds of choices. Village Wok also offers many vegetarian options for a growing portion of the population.
The food here is quite tasty. Unlike many other Chinese restaurants, they do not overload on MSG - all of the flavors are natural. The portions are healthy and include more vegetables than the average Chinese place, too.
Village Wok is a nice alternative for late-night eating. They are open until 1:45am, so even the latest eater can find something. Their website has the current menu.
From journal Eating up the Twin Cities