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In spite of its modern interior design, Noble Mansion does not lose its Chinese authenticity. It is spacious and the lighting is warm and inviting. The restaurant is most suited for banquets and family dinners but if you are on a cosy date, a table near the windows would be a good choice.
Overall the food quality is consistent, tasty and refined. A sumptuous dish is the stir-fried Australian asparagus and lotus root with wax meat and squid cake. The asparagus and lotus root slices are crunchy and contrast well with the more-chewy textures of the wax meat and squid cake.
The baked Scotland clam with creamed spinach is another favourite. The clams are soft and tender and the cheesy and creamy spinach topping finishes the dish perfectly.
The liver sausages in ‘char siew’ roll comes highly recommended. Soft and buttery pieces of liver sausage are wrapped delicately in a pork roll and then grilled to a nice crisp char. The sweetness of the barbecue sauce of the char siew roll is a wonderful complement to the savoury liver sausage.
The wine list here is limited in variety but whatever is listed is of good standard and well thought-out. The Cape Mantelle Merlot is a good accompaniment to most dishes. However, the Chinese tea, of which Noble Mansion has a wonderful variety, is quite possibly the best beverage to complement this fine Chinese cuisine.
The staff are attentive and service is diligent and hospitable. The captains knew their menu well and are able to offer recommendations based on what guests like. They are also very accommodating and manage to find dishes that suit even people who have very varied tastes.
It is definitely value for money thanks to its delicious food, tasteful ambience and impeccable service.