There’s a new kid in town, and he’s bringing a whole new dining experience to Charleston diners.
Noah Miller, the brainchild behind the newly opened Noah’s Eclectic Bistro in Eclectic Bistro, brings us dishes like Moroccan braised lamb, honey roasted duck breast, shrimps and grits, and seared beef tenderloin, a sort-of tribute to the Tarragon Room, where Noah started he culinary career and education at the age of 13.
Noah loves to cook and welcomes the challenge of whipping up something off the menu for diners, as long as the ingredients are on hand. Noah’s influences comes from his work in the kitchens of restaurants he has worked for in Charleston, WV, New York and Florida.
The bistro serves lunch during the week, and dinners from Thursday to Saturday. Popular lunch combinations include soup or salad with a half-sandwich. Soups and salads range from $10 to $14, for the lunch hour, while for dinner, starters start at $4. Mains go between $20 to $30.
Noah’s Eclectic Bistro has limited seating, so best to make a reservation.
Noah’s Eclectic Bistro
110 McFarland St, Charleston, WV
Phone: (304) 343-6558
Hours: 11am – 2pm (Tuesday to Friday), 5pm to 9:30pm (Thursday to Saturday)