Being always in a hunt for Instagram-worthy places here in Metro Manila, I am more than excited to share all of you guys what I have just found: just across De La Salle University is the Noriter Cafe Manila.
The signage pointing to the location of Noriter Cafe Manila which is at the 2nd floor of the Reyes Building.
The facade of the cafe is really colorful and inviting!
This mural is located just outside the cafe where you can have your photo taken.
Being a graduate of DLSU several years ago, my first and only dining experience in Noriter was a complete blur (it was 2010, I think?), and I am kind of frustrated that I can no longer remember how beautiful the entire place is. I mean, look at the interiors! Every corner is so Instagram-worthy!
Look how the cafe placed so much effort in making the whole place dreamy with their fairy lights and other decorations!
There is a corner where there is a collection of beautifully-designed paper cups!
Like some cafes, there is also a freedom wall here where you can place notes and post-its or even write on the wall itself.
What fascinated me is this corner where there is a world map drawn in a chalkboard. I love world maps!
There is a corner in their wall showing how to prepare different kinds of coffee.
They have a board game corner which guests can borrow so that they can have fun with their friends.
This is the area where you can take off your shoes and chill while studying of catching up with your friends.
They also have this area for those who does not want to sit comfortably as compared to the wooden areas and to better concentrate while they are on their laptops and books.
THE NORITER CAFE MANILA MENU
Noriter Cafe offers a vast selection of menu items which are affordable especially to students.
Here is the drinks menu:
Noriter Cafe also has rice meals which includes Bulgogi and Tonkatsu.
They also have a set of new menu items which includes the samyang noodles, cakes, and sandwiches.
This is a new item in their menu and I must say that, it may taste like an ordinary clubhouse sandwich, but it is something worth-trying. I promise.
This is very Japanese and how the tonkatsu was cooked is superb! More importantly, the tonkatsu sauce is yum yum yum!
I am not really a fan of beef but this is very savory for me. The presence of vegetables on the side just complements the taste of the bulgogi.
Noriter Cafe has a promo wherein you are entitled to a ramen noodles for every rice meal that you will order. How nice!
I love love love this drink. The coffee is sooooo yummy and I was able to finish it really fast.
This drink is made of real mango and is not too sweet.
I love the balance of chocolate and coffee in this drink. Oh, the whipped cream is yummy in itself, too!
Noriter Cafe Manila Contact Information
Taft Avenue corner Estrada Street (across De La Salle University), Malate, Manila
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