This is the wife and I' s go to spot for dinner or lunch when in Kamloops. The food is great and they have some tasty beers as well. Servers are very friendly and there is a good atmosphere.
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Spent a few hours at The Noble Pig with my wife's work friends and the experience was enjoyable. We ordered a couple chicken based appetizers one of which was the Chicken Karaage, both were good but really salty. We enjoyed a bottle of Moon Curser...More
We pass through 'Loops frequently and have found their are few non-chain, quality mid-price restaurants for the entire family. The Nobel Pig has been the best find. The pulled pork sandwich is delicious, the buttermilk chicken sandwich is gourmet, and the "green" salad is perfectly...More
Stopped in for lunch on the way through town (actually, we wanted to try Blue Collar - but they weren't open for lunch). Having eaten here before, we know what to expect, and it didn't let us down. We had the "Herbivore" (Portobello mushrooms, arugula...More
We stopped in on the second of January Vikings back from the Rockies solely based on their reviews, particularly their Mac&Cheese. The meal was good, we ordered 1 Pad Thai, 1 Classic Mac&Cheese, and i ordered a salad and a side of fries. My only...More
We had read several excellent reviews of the Noble Pig and were looking forward to dinner there. The service we received was terrible. Not sure if it was our server, the kitchen, or a combination of the two. Food took forever to arrive, then it...More
Great little bar/restaurant in the downtown area. Ordered take out but wished we had ate in. Great atmosphere, canoe on the ceiling, etc. food was great and the service was good too.
Had dinner here with the kids very nice atmosphere we sat one of the booths which was comfortable and intimate. The hand crafted Ale was a ready nice beer. Food was fresh tasty and prepared and cooked on site. I am a little caution about...More
A very cold night in Kamloops...storm stayed because of terrible roads...not sure what we wanted to eat, but we needed to get out of our hotel. Checking online the Noble Pig kept coming up from many, many reviews, so we thought “let’s go there”. Good...More
Stopped into the Noble Pig on a recommendation while on our way to Revelstoke for Xmas. Only stayed for an hour but I could have stayed all day. The Mac and Cheese is to die for. Be warned its big, expect to take some home!...More