Aside from this cozy place, there’s a lot of food choices, too. From pasta, rice meals to clubhouse and more…
Club House (Php180) – This wheat loaf bread has some bacon, egg, lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumber. Great pair with a cup of coffee.
Carbonara with Donkatsu (Php299) – Look just how creamy this is. The aldente pasta is indeed swimming in white sauce, topped with crispy and tender Donkatsu.
Donkatsu with Rice – If you are not a fan of pasta. Get this combo with rice, Donkatsu and shredded cabbage on the side. The tonkatsu sauce is just perfect giving it with sweet-salty taste to the meat.
Beef Soy Bulgogi (Php199) – That’s tender and flavorful beef with eggs and vegetables on the side.
Noriter Cheese Rice (Php220) – Cheese lover? Then you must order this dish. That’s rice topped with melted cheese and then baked. My personal favorite.
Spicy Noodles – This noodles tasted just like the instant noodles there is. Nothing special, just probably the cheese and chili flavor in it.
Honey Bread (Php180) – Now, that’s a thick bread topped with some ice cream and cinnamon. I love this so much as it really is so filling.
There are so many drinks to choose from at Noriter. I ordered the Choco Chips and I liked that it was not overwhelmingly sweet.
Coffee Jelly (Php155)
Choco Chips (Php155)
Overall, Noriter has got some great food and drinks but some were just ok for me. What I appreciated the most is that the price range is affordable for students near the area.
Address: Second Floor, Reyes Building, Estrada Street, Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila