Noir Restaurant is located along one of Philadelphia's hottest neighborhood's, East Passyunk Avenue. We pride ourselves by using only the freshest ingredients. Chef Marco Decotiis, born and raised in Montreal, Canada, brings his Italian culinary roots and local Canadian foods to Philly. Noir is open every day for lunch and dinner, and has a full bar offering an extensive craft beer selection along with a number of specialty cocktails & a wine selection for every palate. Be prepared to be properly taken care of and treated like family.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday: 11:30pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Off-site catering is available. We work personally with guests to fit their needs and budget.
Metered Parking available. Free parking on Sunday.
Broad Street Subway and Bus stops nearby
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Noir Ratings and Reviews
Great new spot for us on East Passyunk! ...
Great new spot for us on East Passyunk! Food was amazing, owner truly cared about our experience, and the wine and beer options were great. But, if you're looking for a quiet, romantic place, this might not be the place for oyu.
Four of us went to lunch at Noir to cele ...
Four of us went to lunch at Noir to celebrate birthdays. In spite of the French name, the food is absolutely delicious Italian. Everything we had was top notch. The wild mushroom appetizer was especially good, as was the eggplant lasagna, the pappardelle Bolognese, and the seafood linguine. The homemade ravioli with meatballs was a classic, that was delicious. The food was made to order and piping hot. Each dish was so tasty, even memorable. Hoping for a return trip soon.
It gets boring to continually tell peopl ...
It gets boring to continually tell people that this is one restaurant they must try. The people are fantastic; the servers are very helpful; there is more than enough choices of wine and liquor. On top of that, they make the best chicken pot pie you will ever eat. The rest of the menu provides something for everyone's taste.
Noir is one of my favorite restaurants. ...
Noir is one of my favorite restaurants. I have been there several times and it's always a winner.
The food is out of this world and cooked to perfection. The atmosphere is friendly and the service is excellent. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone.
Excellent! We were there for dinner with ...
Excellent! We were there for dinner with 6 people and we all loved it! Great appetizers, pasta and meat dishes! Something on the menu for everyone! Fantastic cocktails and wines without high prices! Great service as well! The owner kept checking on us to be sure we were enjoying everything! Definitely will go back!
We took my wife for a late Mother's Day ...
We took my wife for a late Mother's Day dinner. My son and daughter loved the food. I had the crab cake and it was the best I've had in years. My son had the veal with the mashed potatoes, loved it. My daughter had the flat bread which they made to her request. She was going to get what was on the menu but the server said they could make a buffalo chicken which she loves. The apps are great also. My wife got the pasta which she liked. Def recommend. Passyunk was packed that night even at 7. Service was great.
The waitstaff was good except I don't really want to know our waiter's favorite fish dishes since I don't eat fish. Why not simply ask if we would like a recommendation? When six of the waitstaff began rearranging the chairs and tables it was distracting and noisy. The restaurant is small and adjacent to a very loud bar.
This restaurant is fabulous. There is nothing about it to dislike. Having grown up in this neighborhood I am elated to see the restaurant renaissance on Passyunk Avenue. If you like good food (Italian, fish and chicken pot pie which is the best that I have ever had) go to Noir. You will definitely go back.
Excellent food !!
Great service! Friendly staff! Food and Martinis were excellent!! We shared a bunch of appetizers...every one of them were outstanding!! Great choices for Martinis too! Highly recommend the cheesesteak egg rolls, Arugala salad, shrimp and asparagus, rice balls, and pizza.
Dining post Flyers game
We felt welcomed the moment we were greeted at the door. The bar was already very active. We had taken the subway up from the Flyers game and several other patrons were obviously fans too. Noir fit the bill for our situation; something nice but casual since we were coming from the game. Our server, Nicole, was extremely pleasant and very accommodating. Noir has a nice list of specialty cocktails and enough of a wine glass to satisfy needs for by the glass. I highly recommend the octopus salad; the chucks of meat were very flavorful and the dressing on the accompanying greens was also very tasty. The beet salad was also good. We tried the linguine Raffael and, as promised, the sauce was not too heavy, more creamy and less than alfredo. The halibut topped with crab was a large piece of fish that was cooked nicely in a light sauce. The mash potatoes that came with were okay but were borderline warm. We picked two desserts (one to take home) that were good choices -- the creme brulee cheesecake and the lemoncello cake.
Noir is one of the seemingly endless converted bars along East Passyunk, the restaurant scene that we're still exploring (when we were young, it was South Street & Fairmount). The staff is super-pleasant. The food is good. Every restaurant seems noisy to me now, so I don't count it against them -- lots of people having a good time. My dinner: linguine with shrimp in lobster sauce and a not-so-expensive house chardonnay. Really terrific.
Passyunk Avenue has been reborn.
Noir is a fantastic restaurant. I grew up within a block of this gem and it never ceases to amaze me how many restaurants have opened up all along the Avenue from Passyunk and Mckean to beyond Reed. And they are for the most part delicious. This is a great find and the food is unbelievable. Try the chicken pot pie or any of the other fine dishes. You won't be disappointed!
The food was very good. We waited 15 min ...
The food was very good. We waited 15 min. for our table at the bar, but that was fine. The hostess and waitstaff were extremely pleasant and accommodating. The one thing that was bad was the noise level. It was truly unbearable.
Good neighborhood spot!
We found the food to be uneven. The antipasta and pasta dishes were very good while the salmon and crab cake entrees were only average. Service was very good despite the fact the restaurant was quite busy. Kudos to our server Nicole. If we lived in the neighborhood we'd eat here frequently but the food wasn't good enough for a destination meal.
GREAT food but really NOISY
This was the second time in a week that we were at NOIR - our favorite for lunch during South Philly Restaurant Week. The first time it was a bit noisy and busy but service was efficient. This time not quite the same. The food was fabulous and great value for RW but - even at 1:30pm r4esevation, it took 2 hours to eat lunch due to kitchen backup and large party of 12 made noise level so high there could be no conversation. The wait staff tried to do best they could. If the lunch prices the rest of the year were anywhere in line with RW, we'd be back every week. The Italian dishes are superb (Eggplant and the Papadele). But be aware that can be very noisy if busy.
Neighborhood restaurant, great food and service
My wife and I had a wonderful lunch here during E. Passyunk Ave restaurant week. Second time here, had brought a friend from out of town and just had to come back...yes, two times thumbs up. Will bring some friends back the third time
Great Ital food. Bood Service but it can be NOISY
We go every time they have their Restaurant Week menu and get the same pasta dishes each time (Eggplant and Papadelli). The service has been great. But they often have large parties (10-12) and - even at 2pm, it can be very noisy. I only wish their regular lunch menu was closer to the RW one or we'd be there every week!
Eh..if I was in the area
When you first walk in you realize how small the place actually is. We had a reservation and still had to wait. My food was a little salty. My friends food was fine. The portions were a good size and the staff was very accommodating since we had to wait and it was crowded. The inside looks really cool and the restaurant week menu had some really good choices. You could tell some people were definitely regulars--which was comforting. I wouldn't take the drive over there for this restaurant but maybe if I was in the area again.
Passyunk Restaurant weekn
We chose Nior randomly for Passyunk restaurant week. When I arrived the restaurant was fairly empty which made me nervous that it wasn't a "good" restaurant. Well much to my surprise it was Great! The place did fill up as it got later. The service was fantastic and the food was delicious. I will be going back again.
I liked it.
I liked it. The food was delicious, service was great! The only thing I did not enjoy was how close the tables were to each other. We were sat in the middle of the tiny dining area and felt like we were sitting on peoples lap. But after a while you barely notice how close you are to the neighboring table. I would definitely recommend Noir.
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