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I am really torn on reviewing this restaurant. Let me begin by saying I really wanted to like this place because the menu sounds delicious, it got decent reviews, and the decor looked pretty cool. Unfortunately, once I got there my opinion changed. It was...More
Tastes of traditional Latin/Caribbean cuisine with a modernist twist. We shared four of the small plates for dinner for two and it was plenty, with a flan dessert. The sauces were rich, but delicious. I echo a previous reviewer who said that the plantain chips...More
Decided to try Noche because we were burned out on all the italian food of the North End and I needed a latin food fix. The atmosphere is a little dark, but still very nice. Ordered a margarita which was really yummy...a real margarita, none...More
Garden level entrance was neat. Architecturally, I liked the unorthodox entry. It adds a little adventure. Once you open the heavy, dark door yours eyes must adjust. You enter a rich, dark, sophisticated and chic space. As you are guided to your table you simultaneously...More
We went to Noche for restaurant week. The menu selections were excellent, the food delicious and the service outstanding. My son lives right next door to the restaurant, so we will definitely return soon!
Love the atmosphere here, so futuristic and beautiful. I only ate at the bar for lunch but the plantain chips they give you are sooo good and so inventive! I'm already a fan of the chef and I really didn't even eat a proper meal...More
We vistied Noche recently and were impressed by both the food and service. There is a formal look to the space, but a relaxed atmosphere among the guests that doesn't feel stuffy at all. We ordered several small plates and really enjoyed them all, including...More