House of Wong is moving to a new location in Clayton this summer
House of Wong, currently located at 19 N. Bemiston Ave. in Clayton, is moving to a new spot in the neighborhood, as reported by St. Louis Magazine. The new space at 7515 Forsyth Ave. is slated to open in late July or early August and is just a few blocks from the current spot.
“The main reason is that we wanted a bigger space, bigger kitchen and we wanted to expand our menu,” manager TJ Erdene said. The new location will feature an expanded menu, but specifics have not yet been decided. “We are excited about having more traditional and authentic Chinese, Taiwanese and Vietnamese food,” he said.
House of Wong has been in Clayton for over 30 years and has called three different spaces home: spots on Meramec and North Central avenues, as well as the current location for the past five years. In addition to wanting a larger space, Erdene explained, the business needed to move again due to construction. “Someone else is buying the property and they’re going to tear down the building and put something else there,” he said.
House of Wong will expand hours of operation to be open seven days a week at the new location. The new location will be about double the size of the current space with a similar vibe and décor and seating for about 40 guests. The official opening date largely depends on the construction process of the building, but the current location will remain in operation until the end of July. “Right now, we are all excited about the new location and new menu in general,” Erdene said.
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