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859-B 2F Estrada St., Malate Manila, Malate, 1045
+6324895223
9am- 11pm (mon- fri); 11am-8pm (sat and holidays)
Php 101 - Php 500
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Payment Method
Cash
Signature Dish
honey bread / smoothies / tropical fruity waffles
Wi-Fi
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Open 24/7
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Serves Liquors
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Service Charge
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Reservations
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Outdoor Seating
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VIP Rooms
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Parking
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Delivery
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Live Music/ Entertainment
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Valet Parking
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Play Area
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Smoking Area
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Room Service
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Accepts Events
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Drive Thru
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Offers Value Meals
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Online Food Ordering
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Open on Holidays
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Private Party Area
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Self-Service
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Serves Breakfast
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Take-out
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Upstair Seating
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Introduction
Noriter cafe is like you are walking in a dream.
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SEP 12
It may sound as your ordinary cafe, but wait 'til you get inside. Don't be fooled by the facade and the unkempt stairs leading to its main entrance (the cafe itself is located on the 2nd floor), you're in for a surprise. Noriter is a playground turned into a cafe. The name itself is a Korean term for playground. The environment is so light and it's not hard to feel comfortable. It's just like going back to your childhood days. Chairs and tables are like those found in prescho...
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AUG 12
It was my first time in Cafe Noriter and if you'll ask if I'll be coming back? Well, I'm not really sure. The place looks amazing though. There's a lot of artworks in a cup made by students and customers. There's two teddy bears holding their hands in front of the counter. There's robots too. When you come in, you will feel at home. At home literally because you'll see some students sleeping. It's a nice place to hang out for students. This is somewhere they can ...
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JAN 12
I found out that Noriter is a Japanese word meaning 'Playground'. And everyone that has dined at this place will attest to its very warm, friendly, casual and homey ambiance. Nothing in this place is so intimidating since this place just unleashes the kid in you. Every direction you look, you'll see something definitely interesting with its very unique ambiance. This place actually serves great coffee, average American food, and of course, some desserts. The food and drinks range...
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JUL 11
It was on a stormy day that we went to Café Noriter. We were planning to go there for quite some time now. It's just unfortunate that Typhoon Juaning decided to join us on the day we were to eat at Noriter. But he can't stop us! We pushed through with our plan and took the LRT to get there. "Noriter" is a Korean word for playground which truly embodies the feel of the place. Around the room are stuffed toys, quirky works of art on the walls, fun lighting,...
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