After a few days of good southern cooking, including the fried chicken and gravy, we were in the mood for something different. Noble Fare was the perfect answer. Although the restaurant is not in the old part of Savannah, the remodeled older building and interior decor made a delightful first impression. The menu is limited to about six or so entrees, but it was more than sufficient. We opted for the fish of the day which was an Alaskan halibut over lobster risotto with a few strands of sweet pasta as a garnish. Excellent. There was a salad that looked interesting, but we opted out, at least initially. It was roasted romaine with a manchego cheese and thinly cut ham on top with a reduced balsamic vinaigrette dressing. The waiter talked us into splitting it and we were extremely pleased he did so. It was one of the best salads we have had. The wine list was extensive and many of the wines were reasonably priced, especially for Savannah. Between courses we were served with a light gelato which made the dining experience all the more pleasant. The wait staff was attentive and the overall dining experience was memorable. Clearly, not your usual fried chicken and gravy southern cooking.
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