My husband and I made the mistake of going to Noah's when we were starving. Six small plates and $100 later we were still hungry (maybe we should have expected that). Of the six small plates we liked two - the beet and goat cheese salad and the BBQ duck with polenta. The other four were terrible (tacos, meatballs, almonds, and asparagus). We ended up getting a full plate of fish & chips just to fill up. The fish & chips cost $24 and was nothing special - I guess we expected it to be jazzed up a bit for that price. A couple more North Fork bottles on the wine list and some olive oil with the bread would have been appreciated. Be careful with the awkwardly shaped container of water they put on your table - it ended up all over our table instead of in my cup (you have to use two hands to pour it).
The restaurant itself is completely open with really high ceilings and leaves you feeling slightly exposed to other diners.
If you want to give Noah's a shot I would suggest going for a cocktail and maybe an appetizer before going elsewhere for dinner.