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Stopped in to get some breakfast after and early fasting test. Got the Triple Double and OMG it was the best breakfast sandwich I have ever had. You will not be disappointed. The people working there are so happy and friendly which made me feel...happy too.
BTW they are located on Grove Street around the corner from the old location.More
Went here for lunch with a friend and man this place was busy but the service was fast. Great menu board for breakfast and lunch. I had a egg on a roll with bacon and it was great. Their hash browns are to die for....I’ll be back to this place for sure.More
Just tried Tuesday's special, Avocado Shrimp Ceviche, and it was amazing! The ceviche had firm shrimp, crisp veggies, and a tart lime marinade over two halves of an avocado. Simply put, I could eat this for lunch every day and never tire of it. (One...tip for "to go" orders, ask to have the pita bread wrapped separately to keep it from getting soggy on the walk back to your office.) Another winner for Zoi's menu!More
Best lunch place in New Haven - breakfast too ... just awesome food, always fresh, Great service... this place is always busy and they are fast... the owner is the nicest guy and really cares about his customers and making good food ... great sandwiches...and soups ... love the number 10 with smoked turkey and the tomato bisque soup is the bestMore
I feel bad saying this but I was disappointed in my lunch at Zoi's in New Haven. I decided to give Zoi's another try after a Saturday takeout experience in which they advertised soup specials on the website and then when I called to order,...they said they had no soup. This time I tried eat-in. I ordered the field green salad with dressing on the side. It came to the table, the portion of field greens not that big and it was missing both the chickpeas and the grated cheese. I had to walk through a bunch of people to get to the counter and then everyone was busy. I finally managed to track down a person who brought me the chickpeas in a 1/4 cup portion size container, I thought that was a little stingy. So, I think I will stick with the sandwiches if I ever go there again. It's too bad because it is a popular place.More
I was in New Haven for the first time. I was walking around looking at Yale and taking pictures of the architecture, etc. I was walking back to my car and decided I wanted to eat lunch prior to leaving for Baltimore. So, I stopped...into Zoi's, which looked like a local place. I am glad I did. I ordered a breakfast sandwich on Texas Toast, and it was fantastic! I got that and a drink for under $8! I would definitely recommend this place. It looked like a lot of locals were eating here, especially young professionals.More