The temperature was perfect, and there was plenty of outdoor seating.
We'd already placed our orders when I then skimmed over the appetizers and this crab meat deviled eggs ($4) caught my eye. I am a big fan of deviled eggs but don't see it on the menus that often in NYC restaurants. This was delicious! The crab meat was super fresh, and the chili flakes brought a nice little spice to it.
Fish and Chips, $24: Greenport Harbor beer batter, remoulade, and three cabbage slaw. When my aunt first told me the plans for our day in Long Island, I looked up the menu for Noah's online and decided I was probably going to order this, and I am so glad I did. The batter was excellent, just a thin layer fried to perfection. The fish was soft and buttery. The fries here were terrific as well; very potatoey, and not too crispy or salty. (P.S. Looking at this picture is making me sad because I didn't realize there was cabbage slaw while eating, so I didn't try any of it!)
Crescent Farm Duck Confit Salad, $17: Fingerling potatoes, Shitake mushrooms, frisee, arugula, truffle vinaigrette. My aunt said this salad was disappointing. I think we all also didn't expect the duck to be fried.
Lobster Roll, $24: Shaved fennel, hand cut French fries, pickles. The bun was stunning-- warm, buttery and fluffy. The lobster was just as good, insanely fresh. I think it could have used a little mayo and lemon juice though.
I would definitely recommend Noah's. Although our service was on the slower side, the food was great, and the restaurant is walking distance from the Greenport LIRR station. In total it was a 3 hour ride from Penn Station.
136 Front Street
Greenport, NY 11944
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