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If you’re a student of De La Salle University and DLSU-College of St. Benilde starting in 2009, you’d probably relate to this place. Perched atop the Tapa King on Taft Avenue (Manila), Cafe Noriter is a favorite hang-out of La Sallians.

And for good reason, it’s simply one of the most wonderfully-designed places I’ve seen. Cool, laid-back and casual..it perfectly epitomizes the phrase “kick back and relax!”

Cafe Noriter Taft

The regulars call Noriter their playground where they can unwind after school, pore over books or stoop doing their assignments. You can even sit on the low tables amid the glass windows facing the busy intersection of Taft Avenue.

Cafe Noriter

You can indulge your vanity in this mirror which was out of the ordinary –

Cafe Noriter

Even the toilet was cute!

Cafe Noriter

Paper cups are displayed all over the shelves featuring drawings from the customers themselves.

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And their photos –

Cafe Noriter

Anyway, I was at Cafe Noriter for a private party on a Sunday when the bar and the bakery were closed for orders. I certainly liked what I saw and will be back again!

Cafe Noriter

Cafe Noriter
2nd Flr. Reyes Bldg., Estrada St. cor. Taft Ave.,
Malate, Manila
Operating hours:
Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 9 pm

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  1. […] my little post on Cafe Noriter Taft, I’d like to feature again some design inspiration. Knowing how I love to be in coffeeshops, […]

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