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Friday and Saturday ….. 4:00 PM – 9:30 PM

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The cuisine of the bayou area of southern Louisiana is a central component of this uniqueness. On Orange Street in New Haven, Amoy’s Cajun Creole & American Restaurant is bringing that distinctiveness to the Elm City’s wildly competitive restaurant scene. The intersection at Orange and Crown in the Ninth Square area, where Amoy’s has nestled in, is a particularly crowded area, with a lot of good food and drink offerings. Amoy’s belongs. The food is that good.

Michael Lee-Murphy


While Amoy Kong-Brown was busy helping small businesses and contractors in the city get their start, she was dreaming up her own small business. And on Wednesday, she officially cut the ribbon on a restaurant that bears her name.
Kong-Brown, with the help of her husband Phil Brown, a jazz musician and retired New Haven Parking Authority manager, officially opened Amoy’s, a restaurant that brings a gumbo of Cajun, Creole and American cuisine to the Ninth Square on Orange Street. Markeshia Ricks