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    Wednesday
    Jan092013

    Going to the West End in St Louis Park?

    Wok in the Park is located very close to the Shops at West End in St Louis Park, 2.7 miles to be exact. If you're looking for a great way to start your date night visit Wok in the Park before heading out to ShowPlace Icon Theatres (be sure to get the VIP tickets) or unwind with with a glass of wine or a craft beer while enjoying a great pad thai after a long day of shopping. Either way we've got you covered. Dine in or Wok out. 952-657-5754

    Driving directions to Wok in the Park from the Shops at West End

    Driving directions from the shops at West End to Wok in the Park

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    Sunday
    Nov252012

    Happy Holidays from Wok in the Park.

     

     Fortune Cookie

    Wok in the Park wishes everyone a HAPPY HOLIDAY this season.  Be sure to stay safe and warm, and let us do the cooking if you get tired of all the turkey and ham leftovers :) Thank you so much for your continued support, we always look forward to serving you!

     

     

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    Wednesday
    Oct312012

    What to eat When you’re eating out.

    by Susan White, registered dietitian

    Wok in the Park offers Asian fusion cuisine with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and inventive, in-house preparation. One way to eat healthfully when eating out is to look for menu options with lots of color — that means you’re likely to have ample servings of diverse vegetables and fruits. Wok in the Park offers many options for color- ful meals, starting with its Green Papaya Salad with papaya, tomato, cucumber and bean sprouts (though the seasoning may be too spicy for some). For an entree, consider the Western Bamboo, a chicken stir-fry with asparagus, mushrooms, baby corn, carrots and onion. Order brown rice with your stir-fry instead of white rice to enhance nutritional value. For those with special dietary needs, Wok in the Park offers a variety of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. 

    Susan White is a registered dietitian with the Minneapolis Heart Institute®’s Preventive Cardiology Clinic. To learn more about a heart-healthy diet, call 612-775-3074.

    Susan White, registered dietitian for Minneapolis Heart Institute

    *Allina Health did not receive any payment, goods or services related to this article. This article is intended to be informational

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    Monday
    Oct152012

    New Wok in the Park video up on youtube!

    We just posted our latest youtube video. Big thanks to Jared Levine and Matthew Fishbein for the pictures and video! Enjoy!

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    Tuesday
    Oct092012

    Check out the CBS feature on Wok in the Park's secret menu item:

    The kind folks at CBS local just discovered are now not so secret Subgum Chow Mein recipe:

    CBS Local Wok in the Park Subgum Chow Mein feature

    Wok in the Park CBS WCCO Channel 4 local feature

    If you dont want to make this dish at home please feel free to come in and ask us to make it for you!  As always Dine in or Wok out!

    Please contact Colton Ray at Google+ for Wok in the Park blog information, updates and stories.