-By Suresh Hinduja
Noble House, in the vicinity of Commercial Street, has been around for some years now, but it's not exactly a top-of-the-mind restaurant. Which could have to do with the place being tucked into a business arcade. Or even with the fact that it's rather a stuffy-looking space, much in need of a makeover. The food is a combination of Bangalore-style Chinese and nondescript Thai. On offer are starters like Veg Salt 'n' Pepper and Spring Rolls. Soups, like the Hot 'n' Sour, are perfectly palatable. On the main course are fairly predictable fare like Szechwan Chicken, besides the usual rice-and-noodle combinations. The Thai curries, though, are best avoided.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Noble House is in the busiest of markets of bengalore. though the service and decor is good, they need to improve the taste. even the Chinese tastes like Indian food. you can check even the rice and noodles as well. it's good.
Review posted more than a year ago
Most of us would miss this place as it is located on the first floor and in the same road as Pizza Hut. I visited this place given that all other places were crowded and was pleasently surprised at the ambience. It is quite a homely place though a touch old.
The fare is the usual chinese but the taste was very good. We ordered the usual schewan fried rice as well as veg balls in sauce. The quantity is good though the fried rice was a bit oily.
We had ordered the spring rolls as well as crisply veg which was really good.
Service was very good and served with a smile and the experience made me visit the restarurant again.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Schewan fried rice and thai curry
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