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About Rooster's A Noble Grille
North Carolina chef and restaurateur, Jim Noble founded Rooster’s: A Noble Grille with the intention of being relevant without being trendy and to impress without being pretentious. That commitment has carried us through two decades and continues to lead us on today.
Knowing that simple food is harder to execute given there is nowhere to hide the flaws, we go to great lengths to source quality ingredients from local farmers and purveyors. We then take all the time necessary to develop their flavors —using both European and modern techniques—always working from scratch.
Our menu features tried and true staples like our spit-roasted chicken cooked over open fire as well as progressive daily specials and elevated bar bites featuring Executive Chef John Bobby’s latest experiments inspired by the seasons and regional ingredients.
At Rooster’s, you’ll always find something new served with an honest commitment and consistently warm care.
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Southern, French, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Thruway Shopping Center
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For information on catering and sales please contact Nick Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336) 777-8477.
They offer designated spaces in front of the restaurant as well as covered deck with handicap access.
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wine
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Rooster's A Noble Grille Ratings and Reviews
Everything was great with the food. I ordered the strip steak and wasn’t disappointed. The server recommended the mac n cheese as a side option. Again a solid choice. After making my way through the dessert the place started to fill up with smoke from a hood failure in the kitchen. By the time I was finished with everything the entire restaurant was enveloped. I am surprised that they didn’t evacuate the place knowing it could make everyone very sick. Other than that, I would go back for another meal.
We were very disappointed in the service we received; everyone at our table had ordered iced tea - in a place like this, your glass should never be empty which ours were for quite a while before being refilled. The food portions were surprisingly small - definitely not worth the price. We decided this would be our first and last visit to Rooster's.
Great food, slow service. Fun, vibrant atmosphere and comfortable decor. Meals were delicious, but it seemed like we waited the entire night. Food took an hour, and each time we requested another drink or the bill we wouldn’t see our waiter for 15 minutes at a time. Would return, but will try it over lunch rather than a busy night.
I had not been to this Noble's location in several years, reason being that the last time I went there it was not good. I was so disappointed in my meal. The menu item was blackened filet salad with roquefort dressing. It would characterize the steak as "filet croutons". The dressing was absolutely tasteless and the quality of the greens was poor. Nobles used to be the flagship of fine dining in the Triad but no longer.
Beautiful, relaxing atmosphere. Wait staff was attentive and friendly; food was delicious and the presentation was wonderful. Would recommend this restaurant to all my friends for either a nice lunch, or a romantic evening date.
We went for my birthday this year. The atmosphere was great (Saturday, during the Holidays) so it was hard not to immediately be impressed. I've cooked in quite a few kitchens, as well as own a catering company, I ordered the Duck Confit. It was honestly just ok. It was a bit overwhelmed with salt, the fried green tomatoes needed something to balance the acidity, and the mushrooms in the rice were pretty hard and not cooked through.
My husband had the half BBQ chicken and a salad and it was very good. Great balance.
We also ordered a cheese board and I always appreciate when you are able to pick the cheeses and meats. The gin and juice sausage was incredible.
There is a an unhurried pace for your meal here. Our server Wendy was gracious and left us plenty of time for ordering and eating. The Friday night vibe was energetic, but not too noisy or boisterous. The food was fantastic, the portions a reasonable size, and the range of choices was nice. The only problem is that I couldn't possibly order everything I wanted.
We made a reservation and they put us right beside the kitchen. There were people shouting all around us the whole time. The service was very disjointed. There was clearly some sort of conflict between our server and the food runners.
The salads are TINY and they are ok. Nothing creative.
I️ got a basic salad with salmon. He asked me how I️ wanted my salmon prepared and I️ said “medium well.” It was completely over cooked. Not ok for a $16 piece of salmon and a handful of lettuce.
We patronized this restaurant for over 20 years. Things have changed drastically, and not for the better. When we returned this weekend it was an epic fail. Despite our OpenTable reservations, we were seated in a backroom for "overflow" (according to our hostess). Each table in this room had a different server who was also waiting on tables in the main restaurant. Service was slow to non-existent. My husband was given a glass of water that was less than half full, with the promise that they would return to fill it. It took 20 minutes and more than one server passing with the water pitcher to finally get that to happen. We were served cocktails and bread, then our server disappeared into the main room. We were there for over 40 minutes with out placing our food order, though we tried to get someone's attention. When the waitress finally returned, we asked for the check, which they waived. We left and reclaimed our evening by getting dinner at a different restaurant. We will NOT be going back.
This was my second time to visit within a week, and while the overall experience was topnotch, there were a few minor missteps: a piece of sinew in the beef tartare; not completely tender short rib; and room temperature apple pie to name three. While the flavors were excellent, the improperly prepared/delivered dishes did detract from meal, and it's not what we've come to expect from Noble's. That being said, every restaurant has off nights, and as such things go, this was a minor blip. I wrote a review on their FB page, and the manager immediately contacted me. You can't ask for more than that. We'll be back.
As always, Nobles/roosters ( never understood the new name) was great...smiles as u walk in, John the manager, our old friend, gives the resturant a special touch, servers are knowledge and professional, last but not least the food is very good and always consistent...
Topnotch, as usual. I've come to expect excellence from Noble's over the past decade plus, and last night was another prime example of why I keep returning. For the two of us, the dishes were tomato bisque, beef tartare, oxtail ravioli, duck confit, chocolate/Nutella brownie, and bread pudding. Each was superb with the bisque and confit being the best of the bunch, though my 17-year old daughter might argue for the brownie. Service was efficient and friendly, and again the wine offerings by the glass were among the best in Winston-Salem--in particular, I had a glass of Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough and a Pinot Noir from Oregon. The pacing of the meal was also spot on as I don't like to be rushed when I'm out for a nice meal. My lone criticism to service was that the server should have alerted us that the bread pudding would take 20 minutes if we were interested in dessert. I figured as much from prior experience; however, others might not know it and might balk at waiting an extra 20 minutes. Overall, we had a superior meal and experience. Chef Bobby continues to show why he is such a superstar!
We always have a great time during our visit for the highpoint market show. All 3 dinner nights are spent here because it’s the best restaurant in Winston Salem.
John, the GM is the best who keeps the restaurant run smoothly and the quality of food at its highest. He makes the experience memorable.
Sam and Hien Caliendo
Amazing salmon dish for myself, amazing filet mignon dish for the wife, and another patron at our table had a pork chop dish that he couldn't stop raving about.
We've never had a bad experienced here, yeah, a little pricey, but you get what you pay for.
This was my daughters 16th birthday
celebration. The staff was knowledgeable, helpful and attentive. We did however not care for our table placement directly in front of the kitchen line. It was rather loud, distracting and hot. Next time we will request a quiter table.
I've been here many times over the years...and the food is good. We had to wait 20 min for a server to take a drink order...I had a reservation and had to wait to be seated and that was ok, but I don't understand the lack of service. Seems that no one knew who was supposed to have our table, so they walked around and over us for quite sometime but one server noticed we had been seated a long time and came over to check on us and then went and found someone to take care of us. This isn't the first time that has happened to me at Nobel's and I have to say it's very disappointing to have it happen again. For the money I spent, I will be really inclined to take my business elsewhere in town. I'll admit I'm not a regular there and maybe if I had been it would have been different...but I can be ignored elsewhere and it not cost me $200.00. SO the food is good, but you can get ignored there on a Friday night...
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