Michigan’s Best Local Foods: Have a Southern Country Breakfast at Noble in Wyoming

WYOMING, MI — With a casual atmosphere and a varied menu, Wyoming’s Noble Restaurant is perfect for your next brunch or quick breakfast.

Noble, located at 1851 44th St. SW, is a casual breakfast and lunch spot with a wide range of vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, clean label, and organic items.

The restaurant was rebranded in 2015 and was acquired in 2018 by Restaurant Partners, which also owns The Omelet Shoppe, Beltline Bar, Sundance Grill and The Red Geranium Café.

“Our atmosphere is more of a southern country, laid-back setting,” said Nate Richardson, chief executive of Noble. “It’s a very nostalgic setting. We keep old mixing tools and utensils on display.

Some of the more unique breakfast items on the menu include the Mitten Breakfast Pizza, a pizza shaped like the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and topped with ham, house sausage, onions, green peppers, egg scrambled, Hollandaise sauce, tomato, oregano, fresh basil and feta and cheddar cheese for $12.

If you’re looking for something sweeter, Richardson recommends Stuffed French Toast, made with homemade bread and stuffed with vanilla cream cheese, strawberries, blueberries and topped with vegan vanilla frosting and powdered sugar for $11.

More importantly for the breakfast crowd, coffee is always ready at Noble Restaurant.

“Coffee is flowing, we offer just about any coffee you like,” Richardson said. “We have lattes, hot or cold cappuccinos. We offer over 15 different coffee flavors, and they are delicious.

Noble offers everything from omelets to burgers to salads. The omelets have a variety of toppings, some a little less traditional than expected at your typical breakfast.

“We make open-faced omelettes topped with fresh spring greens and tossed in a white wine dressing,” Richardson said. “It’s a different experience from your typical ham and cheese.”

The Avocado Cauliflower Omelette is made with cauliflower chorizo, avocado, feta cheese, roasted tomato chutney, and topped with heritage greens in a dressing for $12. There’s also the veggie and hummus omelette, made with sweet potato, broccoli, kale, onion, black beans, hummus, and capers, topped with greens, basil, and a balsamic reduction for $12.50.

For starters at Noble Restaurant, Richardson recommends the breakfast burrito.

“It’s kind of like a moist burrito topped with chipotle Hollandaise sauce,” he said. “We wrap it all up in a nice burrito shell.”

The burrito is made with scrambled eggs, cauliflower chorizo, ham, bacon, house potatoes, cheddar cheese and salsa, all topped with chipotle Hollandaise sauce, avocado, of tomato and cilantro for $11.50.

The Noble restaurant is open from 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday to Saturday and from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. A full menu is available online at eatnoble.com/menu and the restaurant can be reached at 616-530-8750.

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