What an amazing experience! We heard about this place and were told it was well worth the visit. Noble Fare exceeded all of our expectations. The unique bistro yet elegant decor had us intrigued on the first step in the door. The hostess was very welcoming and the server seemed genuinely happy to have us there. We had the pistachio crusted fish and the filet mignon. I cannot imagine changing a thing. The combination of flavors with the fish really added to the adventure and the filet was beyond belief. The portions are all much bigger than expected. The service was attentive, professional and personable. It seems like the people actually enjoy working their jobs. For dessert we split an amazing chocolate creation. I would go back again and again
Ate there July 09 after reading great reviews on other sites. Won't go back. Food had 5 star pricing and 3 star taste and our waiter delivered 2 star service. We had 2 glasses of house cab while we were waiting and check for that was $32 without tip. I later looked at wine list and they had several wines for $40 per bottle so not sure what was up with that part of meal. They had great presentation of food and great atmosphere but taste and service left something to be desired. We seemed to be an inconvenience to our waiter. Have eaten at lots of nice restaurants and will not be back to this one. Incidentally my wife has had an upset stomach all day the day after we ate there. Not sure if related but certainly coincidental.
We have always considered Elizabeth's to be our favorite restaurant in town. Noble Fare has become a new equal. The dinner was wonderful and service perfect right down to dessert and the french press coffee. Perfection!
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