Holywood eatery Noble awarded prestigious Michelin honour
Holywood restaurant Noble has been awarded a prestigious honour from the Michelin Guide UK.
The well-known and often sought after restaurant guide tweeted the news on Friday, announcing: "Easy decision awarding a Bib Gourmand for the small but perfectly formed [Noble] in Northern Ireland"
While Michelin is well-known for its star system, a Bib Gourmand indicates the inspectors’ favourite establishments which "offer high-quality products and services and good value for the money".
This is the second time this year Noble has been given a nod from Michelin.
In June, the guide tweeted Noble's glazed chocolate delice dessert was "the best £6.50 I’ve spent this year."
The restaurant opened in 2016 and has gone on to become one of the must visit locations on the Northern Ireland food scene.
It is the creation of chef Pearson Morris and manager Saul McConnell who previously worked under the direction of Belfast top chef Michael Deane.
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