New Hamilton restaurant opens on Locke Street and the food looks incredible

An intriguing new restaurant has opened its doors on Locke Street in Hamilton and the menu has our attention. 

Noir drew big crows on its recent opening weekend at 137 Locke Street South in the two-storey restaurant space that famously held craft beer kitchen Brux House and – briefly after that – The Lockesmith and Whoa Nelly

Launched by the team behind James South restaurants Secco and 11:11 Raw Bar, Noir promises a menu of seasonally inspired international cuisine crafted by Chef Kenny Quirafu. 

An array of seafood-focused small plates like tuna tartar cannoli, caviar, and lobster arancini are met by other shareable dishes like burrata, mozzarella sticks with vodka rose, and fancy devilled eggs. 

Mains include attractive pastas like carbonara-style ravioli and truffle pappardelle, plus dishes like chicken supreme, miso glazed cod, and the Noir burger made with wagyu beef.

An array of shareable towers and platters rounds things off, complemented by a thoughtful selection of wine and signature cocktails. 

Noir appears to offer a more elevated Hamilton dining experience ideal for your next splurge, and we can’t wait to check it out ourselves! 

See more on their social media

Lead image by Chase Woon

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