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October 10, 2004
From journal Roomba in New Haven, Conneticut
by Mary Porcher
New Haven, Connecticut
June 4, 2004
For the perfect dining experience, start out with the Thai sampler and order a Thai iced tea. The tea is a special blend and includes cream and loads of sugar, but it's delicious! The best main courses here are the noodles, and we have tried them all. If you don't like spicy dishes, try the Pad Thai. The thin noodles have a scrumptious consistency, and the peanut sauce is just a little sweet. For a spicier meal, try the Spicy Noodle or the Drunken Noodle. Jason and I both order the Drunken Noodle the most, basically for the thick rice noodles that are cooked in a chili sauce that you'll find nowhere else. We've tried to duplicate it using every "Drunkard's Noodles" recipe on the internet and we haven't come close. For dessert, there is a great selection of ice cream, including fried vanilla, ginger, coconut, and pistachio.
If you're in New Haven, you've just go to try Thai Taste. It is, by far, the restaurant we've most frequented in the last six years, and we've taken every friend and family member who's visited.
From journal Things to Do in New Haven