A Dainty and IG-Worthy Cafe in Taft | Noriter Cafe

If you are a certified Taft baby, it’s quite impossible that you don’t know Noriter Cafe. This cutesy patootie restaurant has been in the area for so long and serves as the home of many students during their break time.

Located just right in front of Dela Salle University, Noriter Cafe is one of the IG-worthy restaurants inspired by cute Korean cafes. The whole place is spacious with different areas whether you want to sit in their comfortable chairs or stay on one of the cribs. What I loved about their space is that you can stay here anytime you want. This is why students prefer to spend time here relaxing, hanging out, or just simply studying for a no time limit.

If you are a huge Korean fan, you can see different displays of Kpop stuff, not to mention the choice of music playing. It’s so pretty to have photos taken here with the interior as your background.

This pretty interior of Noriter Cafe is equally beautiful like their curated dishes, too. We tried some of their best sellers on the menu which are a mix of Japanese and Korean dishes.

Carbonara with Donkatsu (P299)
One of the crowd's favorites! The carbonara sauce was creamy with bits of generous bacon on top while it complemented the taste of the crispy katsu pieces. They were surprisingly good pairs.

Club House (P180)
Make your tummy full with this sandwich made up of fresh ingredients. The bread was crunchy on the outside but still soft on the inside.

Spicy Pork Bulgogi (P160)
If you want a sulit meal, this is one for the books. The pork pieces were tender and saucy with a hint of spice. The marinated pork was served with a fried egg, rice, and a combination of lettuce and freshly cut onions.

Beef Soy Bulgogi (P199)
The taste of this one is almost the same with the Spicy Pork Bulgogi minus the spice. The serving size was worth it with its price.

Noriter Cheese Rice (P220)
Cheese lovers rejoice! I know everyone would agree that this is one of Noriter Cafe’s hidden gems. Super loved the mozzarella cheese covering the rice that every scoop of it made me totally happy.

Honey Bread (P180)
This dessert is composed of thick bread topped with a special cream and cinnamon flavor. The serving was generous and actually good for sharing. Just a little warning that this is really addicting in every bite!

Drinks (Price starts at P95)
To pair up our delicious meals, we ordered different drinks as you can see in the photo below. I had the Green Apple Shake while the rest were for my foodie friends. Noriter Cafe also serves coffee in case you need a caffeine fix to your body.

There are lots of things to do here in Manila but sometimes we all just want to sit and relax. Noriter Cafe is a place where you can reconnect with friends or yourself while enjoying the taste of Japanese and Korean dishes.

Noriter Cafe
Second Floor, Reyes Building, Estrada Street, Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila
Facebook: www.facebook.com/noritercafemanila
Operating Hours: Mon to Sun (10:30am - 10:30pm)
  Noriter Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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