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Ivy Bistro Noodle

We heard about the recently opened Ivy Bistro Noodle in Science Park at a New Haven Chamber of Commerce after hours networking event and decided to give it a try.

The Sesame Wontons in Hot Oil are worth the trip, with pork-filled, soft dough in a not-too-spicy peanut sauce sprinkled with sesame seed (8 for $4.75).  I didn’t like the Crab Rangoon as much as the crispy fried dough came filled with a pocket of creamy imitation “crab” served with traditional Chinese “duck” (AKA sweet and sour) sauce.  Faux is not my cup of tea. Oh, speaking of tea, that wasn’t offered.

We also shared the Singapore Mai Fun a mixture of meat, shrimp and some fish with skinny rice noodles. Also available as Chow Fun, wide noodles ($7.25). Although this was purported to be spicy, it wasn’t.

Bring your own libations, as we and the other customers did, making this even more of a bargain. Ivy Bistro Noodle is open only Monday through Friday from 11 am until 9 pm in Science Park area of New Haven. Give it a try!

– bonnie

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Ivy Bistro Noodle
302 Winchester Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
(203) 624-1888

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By | 2017-08-31T15:40:26+00:00 June 16th, 2012|USA Restaurants, xyz misc|2 Comments

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  1. John Chapkovich July 14, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    My wife Cathy and I frequent Ivy Bistro on a regular basis. The seasame Wontons in Hot Oil are one of my favorites. Another of our favorites is a new dish, Turnip cakes with vegetables. I am not a vegitarian, and would normally not try this type of dish but the owner Corrine gave us a sample and we both enjoyed it. Everything we have tried so far has been great.My wife is a diabetic and Corinne as been more than willing to modify any dish to her needs.

  2. Bonnie from BiteoftheBest.com July 15, 2012 at 8:43 am

    Thanks John. We’ll have to make a point of returning and sampling the turnip cakes with vegetables.

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