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Review of Noble Palace

Noble Palace
Ranked #6 of 10 Restaurants in Datchet
Cuisines: Chinese
Dining options: Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
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Dining options: Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Reviewed February 20, 2013

Sad to see this place has only one review as we love it. i guess a little biased because we can walk from home!
Always service with a smile and good quality food - they always make a fuss of the children which helps!
Been going herer for years but an extensive menu so can still try new dishes when we fancy!

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Reviewed January 24, 2013

I used to visit this restaurant frequently before we moved away from the Slough area some 17 years ago. Along with Mr Lai and Peking Slough it was one of my favourite Chinese restaurants of all time.

Returning to the area for the day, I decided to take a trip down mwmory lane and have lunch there. Arriving I discovered that the name has gone upmarket. Previously the Noble House, it is now the Noble Palace. The building and the layout have not change at all, even the decorative style was very familiar, as was the layout of the dining room. The management has however changed, which i confirmed in a discussion with the very friendly and attentive head waitress.

Arriving at 12:30 on a cold and snowy Wednesday lunchtime in January, I was not surprised to be the only diner. Some 30 minutes later I was joined by another two diners.

The menu is extensive - mores so that previously - with a very large choice of starters, soups and many 2'nd course dishes beyond the usual limit of Peking/Crispy Duck. Main course choices are also extensive, with a large selection of fish dishes, a joy to my eye.

There was also an "eat as much as you like" menu - all cooked to order, no buffet here, with a choice of 100 different dishes from the main menu. This looked to be exceptional value for an evening meal at £17 per head, but was too much for lunch.

I settled on my favourite soup, Won Ton. This comprised 5 delicious won ton's and carrot that interestingly had been cut to resemble mah jong tile type shapes. Sadly the bok choi in my bowl comprised crunchy stalks only, no leaves, while the broth was sadly lacking in seasoning. Overall the soup was not bad, just that I have had better. It is for this reason only that I have given the restaurant 4 stars instead of 5.

My main course was grilled cod in Peking sauce - a light, delicious sauce made from garlic and ginger - a dish I sadly rarely see on Chinese restaurant menus, but which I have always loved. It was superb, with a nice egg fried rice.

If I had marked the meal on this alone, it would have been 5 stars.

Take away is available, it seemed for most dishes on the menu.

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Reviewed September 3, 2015
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