Recalling the incident, the High Flying Birds frontman confessed he told the Rolling in the Deep singer to "get to f**k" – via his assistant – at a past event.
Never one to shy away from sweary outbursts, the 53-year-old spoke about his altercation with the singing sensation on Matt Morgan's Funny How? Podcast.
He explained: "I was out one night and someone tapped me on the shoulder and went, 'Oh, Adele’s here, would you like to meet her?'
"I was like, 'Get to f***’. What? Don’t send somebody over’."
But Noels' run-in with Adele isn't the first time the veteran musician has refuted invitations from well-known celebrities.
Elsewhere in the interview podcast host Matt quoted an altercation involving the late Star Wars icon Carrie Fisher while on a night out in the capital.
Matt revealed: "Some bloke came over and said, 'Carrie Fisher would like to meet you Mr Gallagher'.
"You went, ‘Nah, you’re all right’."
Noel, who resides in Hertfordshire with his wife Sara and their children, has been a regular guest on Matt Morgan's podcast during lockdown and previously opened up about the early years of Oasis.
Last month, the father-of-three revealed the first time he younger brother Liam Gallagher sing was at the Boadwalk in Manchester, and he sounded similar to Ian Brown.
“But then you know, the songs lent themselves to that, do you know what I mean? And then they asked me to join and [I thought] I’ll take it from here thank you very much!"
When I started writing the songs, I was writing songs and quickly sussed out the entire key structure was too low for Liam," the Manchester rocker said.
“So when you hear the early stuff the songs are not very good and he’s not very good, but as I’m starting to write better songs for him, we all got better at the same time".