Bistro Han

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687 Moseley Road, Perinton, NY, 14450 [Directions]
Hours (as of June 2013)
Monday - Thursday: 11:00AM to 9:00PM
Friday & Saturday: 11:00AM to 9:30PM
Sunday: 4:00PM to 9:00PM
585 223 7333
Wheelchair Accessible

Bistro Han is a casual modern Chinese restaurant and noodle bar in the Perinton Hills Shopping Center in Perinton. They use fresh and seasonal ingredients and feature a large selection of gluten-free meals.

The owners of Han Noodle Bar opened Bistro Han on November 14, 2012.


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2012-11-26 06:01:05   Several weeks ago while visiting the Monroe Avenue location of Han Noodle, we learned they intended to open a new restaurant in Perinton. The new restaurant is now open and we visited Sunday evening 25 November. We expected the same high quality offerings as at the Monroe location and the same friendly and efficient service. We were not disappointed. The current menu is quite similar to the one at Monroe and we left satisfied from a good meal eaten on premise at the new place. Also got a few orders to take out for later. The new restaurant, a bit upscale from the Monroe location, is located in the shopping center directly across from Wegmans near the corner of Pittsford-Palmyra Road and Hwy 250. The center also hosts a Denny's and Aja Noodle. If you are a noodle fan, whether a current patron of their Monroe location or are just looking for a quick, tasty meal to eat in or take out, I recommend you stop in to Bistro Han soon. —TimBrasington

2012-11-27 13:08:48   I'm happy to report that the steamed buns at Bistro Han are just as good as their Monroe ave location (Han Noodle Bar). Workmates are thrilled. —tippingpoint

2013-04-18 11:59:49   Great place to try something new that isn't standard "take-out" Chinese fare. I especially like the spicy diced chicken steamed buns, dan dan noodles, cumin lamb and hot-pot fish. Always friendly service. —jasons

2013-06-09 10:22:32   This relatively new bistro is tucked away in a quiet corner of a suburban plaza, much different than its sister location on the heart of Monroe Ave in the city. And the look and feel of the place is more polished and comfortable. But the food is the same wonderful authentic Chinese, many steps up from what you get at many Americanized Chinese restaurants. They do wonderful things with pork, some of it house-cured. The pork belly buns are not to be missed. I am also fond of the simple combination of Chinese sausage, cured pork and celrey. When we took our suburban friends last evening they were blown away - and they both have traveled (and eaten) in China. Service was friendly and efficient. Prices are inexpensive. Do not miss this place as it is the "real deal"! —jgerek