The prices itself was pretty decent, as it was the standard pricing of any other dim sum places, so no complaints there.
Small - $1.68
Medium - $1.98
Large - $2.68
X-Large - $2.98
The siu mai (L) was decent; as there was a good amount of beef.
noodle rice roll with shrimp (L). The rice rolls itself were nicely made, and it didn't fall apart when picking the item up to dip into the soy sauce. The shrimps used was really fresh, and tasted delicious.
noodle rice roll with beef (L) for those who preferred beef more so than shrimps. The beef stuffing was plentiful.
fried chicken/shrimp rolls wrapped in seaweed (L) came in four rolls (sorry ... one was eaten before I took a pic), and accompanied by mayonnaise.
The rolls were really greasy, but the mixture of chicken/shrimp in the roll was a good combination.
deep fried squid tentacles and deep fried shrimp rolls (L) are both fried dishes. So one can expect the dishes to be really greasy and fattening, which they were. Both dishes were freshly fried, and super crispy.
The next item is a standard dim sum dish, and also another one of my favorites. The har gow (L) here had the right texture, as it had a fairly thin skin, without the shrimp fillings being skimpy and falling out.
I also ordered the fried beef short Korean ribs (XL), which is one of the newer dishes on the menu. It was pretty good. The ribs were well seasoned. Even though this was a XL dish; disappointingly there were only 4 pieces of ribs on the dish.
yeung chow fried rice ($4.99), which is pictured below. It was an extremely good price for a full dish of the rice.
Despite the language barrier (as I can't speak Cantonese); I have always found that the service at Noble Seafood Restaurant to be quick and professional.
Quality of Food: 4/5
Dining Experience: 3.5/5