Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in New Haven. The home to Yale University since 1701, the city of New Haven is packed with an unrivaled collection of arts and antiquities, with collections ranging from natural history specimens to antique musical instruments. The towering translucent marble cube of the Beinecke Library contains 600,000 rare volumes, including one of the only surviving Gutenberg Bibles. The Yale University Art Gallery is as famous for its collection as it is for its building, a Modernist masterpiece designed by Louis Kahn.
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4 based on 76 reviews
We had a very enjoyable meal here on a busy Christmas Day! There were five of us and we ordered mostly appetizers, some soup and three entrees..more than enough food! good vegetarian choices, Lots of interesting items you donât see normally, good flavors and spices. You do pay more here but you get beautifully presented food in a nice atmosphere, with good service,
4 based on 26 reviews
First opened in 2015, junzi kitchen grew out of a hunger for our childhood staples: northern Chinese food made with healthy, seasonal ingredients. Yet recreating the taste of home has done much more than sate our cravingsâthe amazing power of food in buil
What a great, light, no-guilt lunch! My son and I went for a bite; he had the noodle bowl and I had two bings (beef - cucumber and mushroom -tofu). Good, filling, high quality ingredients. Can't wait to return!
4 based on 28 reviews
Our friends have been going to House of Chao with their kids for years and have wanted to bring us. It's the only Chinese food they will eat now even though they live 30 minutes away. I have to say the other reviews are correct...House of Chao is not a fancy restaurant to go to by any means. However, the food is absolutely delicious and freshly made, the staff is very friendly, and the prices are all reasonable. There were about 9 of us and everyone got a main dish and we ended up just passing them all around for everyone to try. The steamed dumplings were very good as others mention here. Also all the chicken dishes were especially good with their big chunks of real chicken. I wish I took some pictures to share. When I ever get back there I will. All the vegetables were fresh and cut to good size. l don't think there is a dish you would be disappointed with.Dress is casual. Jeans are fine. Not fancy but not a dive like the Chinese place in my town. The place is not large - maybe 8-10 tables. We had a reservation for our large party and all the other tables were filled while there on a Saturday night. But I don't remember seeing anyone waiting either. The food comes out slow because it is all being made fresh. It makes for an enjoyable meal though assuming you are with people you like. Our friends said they do the takeout very often and it is just as good.We need more places like this.
4 based on 38 reviews
Hi Folks. Last night, my wife and I tried Great Wall. I knew we were in for a treat when we saw all the Chinese people eating there. I went right for the Dim Sum. They have quite a variety. I had the pork-fish combo, it was wonderful. Their take on Peking Ravioli was unique and very good. My wife had a pork dish which was served Hong Kong style; also excellent. This place is located in a mini China town at the North end of the Yale Community. It is easy access off of I-91 exit 3. Regards to all, OldeBear
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