316 Elm St, New Haven, CT | Directions 0651141.311197 -72.931608
Neighborhoods: Dwight, Central
home made style Chinese – My husband and I drive half an hour to Ivy Noodles to eat. Fresh, quick, home made style.... Tasty too!
Good Cheap Eats – We were attending the Arts & Ideas performance of Aurelia?s Oratorio on Saturday afternoon and looking for a quick lunch. I read favorable comments on the Ivy Noodle so we decided to give it a try. Though the decor was minimal, service was both patient and efficient. We started off with steamed veggies (choy san) with oyster sauce ($3.75) which was both extremely fresh looking and tasty. The waiter next brought an order of scallion pancakes ($3) shortly followed by sesame wonton (8) in hot oil. The latter were just fantastic. Highly recommended for those seeking a quick, low cost meal in New Haven.
Cheap and delicious authentic malay-Chinese food – What Yalie, burning the midnight oil, can resist Ivy Noodle? It is a mecca for cheap and greasy noodles; but unlike every other Asian place in New Haven, it's actually authentic. Great for a late-night snack. The best things on the menu are the pan fried wontons (12 for $3.50), the chow mein, the lo mein, and the scallion pancakes.
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