CAFÉ NORITER | KOREAN EXPERIENCE [Photos]

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There’s been a buzz in Cebu about a new superstar café that talks about ambiance, comfort and great coffee and its name is Café Noriter.

A Korean owned café, located at One Acacia Place Unit 10-11, Arch Bishop Reyes Ave., Cebu City just across Elizabeth Hotel; Café Noriter offers comfort and style while taking a sip or bite in their hot, cold and sweet offers.

Choco Latte

Choco Latte

There are a variety of coffee experiences; from cappuccinos to java chip frap which you will definitely enjoy and love.

Cafe Noriter Menu

Cafe Noriter Menu

But the main thing why customers go raving about Café Noriter is the setting itself. Although small, the café offers the cozy ambiance definite for a chill-time. You can sit, lie and play around in the tiny space with pillows and stuffed toys.

Café Noriter lets you experience a true Korean café setting.

Cafe Noriter Panorama

Cafe Noriter Panorama

The yellow lighting is perfect giving a calm and friendly set-up. There are also spaces at the top; and I was hoping we were situated there instead down below because it gives a full view of the café and a little bit of excitement.

Strawberry Smotie

My partner’s Strawberry Smoothie

You can also take pictures, print it there with a fixed rate and display it ANYWHERE on their walls. There’s a specific part where pictures are placed, but anywhere is fine. You are also given post-it notes for free where you can write ANYTHING, from sentiments of the heart to just simply saying ‘I’ve been here at Café Noriter’, which for me is one unique experience which formerly I dream of having a café and allowing customers to write on a post-it note and place it anywhere they like in the coffee house.

The post-it notes placed everywhere in the café are like colors of friendliness and love that is inviting.

This is just a perfect place to have a chat with friends and catching up with what’s happening with their lives, or just simply a perfect setting for lovers to chill out and write on the post-it note their true love sentiment.

The café was a beaut!

If you buy a coffee or anything from their Menu; on weekdays you are allowed a 3 hour stay and on weekends, 2 hours, unless you buy another treat that extends your stay. Talks in the town saying people stay there like the entire day!

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But due to the popularity, they cannot accommodate everyone coming in the café, that is why, they offer on the day reservations, and lets the people wait outside, until customers inside end their stay (good luck to that) especially on weekends. They definitely DO NOT take phone reservations too. I think it’s due to the unexpected time frame of the customers staying inside the café. Oh well, they’d better have a good strategy on reservation and stay system.

Also, they have to expand: really expaaaaaaaand to accommodate huge number of customers who are truly enticed with the café, and lower their speakers for people not to scream at the top of their voice while talking. Also, their WIFI is slow and inaccessible (when I was there) maybe due to the plenty of connections happening already from customers (bummer).

But to top of it all, the experience in Café Noriter was wonderful and soothing. My partner and I would definitely come back there any time!

You should too!

Visit their Facebook page for more details!

UPDATE ON CAFE SCHEDULE (As of October 11):

OPENS AT : 9:00AM

CLOSES AT : 2:00AM

COFFEE/OFFERS RANGE:

P90.00 – P180.00

RATING:

OVERALL – 9

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outside cafe noriter

Outside Cafe Noriter with light streaks from the lanterns.

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