I had heard about Noble Crust and knew it was a must try. There were a couple times I wanted to go but for some reason on Yelp it said it was closed and it was during normal eating hours. I wasn’t too sure why or if it was a glitch. Anyways I was finally able to go on a Saturday with my hubby.
When we arrived the place looked super cute! And there was plenty of parking. We could see it was busy and people kept arriving. We were very excited. The outside has very nice landscaping and greenery. I also loved the front and the sign.
We were greeted and sat next to the window. I sat right next to the window as I love to soak up the sun. Husband, on the other hand, tries to avoid the sun at all cost. He sat on the other side of the table where no sun hit. Kind of a funny crisscross form.
Our waitress was very friendly and gave us recommendations as we glanced the menu. They had many options. Breakfast, brunch, and lunch of course. Also, some starters, salads, and pizza on the front side of the menu which I have heard is really good.
First, we started with Deviled Eggs. They had pickled mustard seeds and chives. They were really good. I like chives but didn’t personally care for the mustard seeds. It was a unique taste and were pretty much just little hard seeds. Not interested. Other than that it was yummy and I liked the paprika. The plate had a beautiful presentation with beautiful colors.
I had the Fried Chicken Biscuit. With sausage gravy, fried egg, and a choice of side. I picked potatoes which were great. The portions were very big and everything looked good too. I absolutely love biscuits and gravy for some reason, so I knew I would like it.
Husband had the Short Rib Benny. Poached eggs, caramelized onions, on a buttermilk biscuit with a little extra. He also liked it very much and was very full. He couldn’t finish it all.
We absolutely loved Noble Crust and it’s on our list to go back. Check it out!