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 It’s about time that I posted something about Cafe Noriter. This is the birthplace of my blogging addiction. It was way back in 2008 when I made my first blog post ever. Read it here. This is Cafe Noriter.

What: Cafe Noriter

Where: San Jose Street, across Avon, downtown Dumaguete City

Noriter means playground in Hangeul/Korean. The shop is a coffee and an internet zone at the same time. It’s called hitting two birds with one body stone.


The Interiors: Noriter is a Korean shop and its interior is, obviously, Korean. It has a cute childish, gayish, fun-ish, bubblegum-ish, decor that reminds me of candy, lollipops, and sprinkles. LOL 

The Menu: They serve a lot. Their specialty is coffee but they have expanded their menu to sandwiches, shakes, ice cream, waffles, Korean food and pizza. Variety is pretty.

Did You Know? The Dumaguete Branch is the first branch. They have branches in Manila and South Korea!



_Honey Bread _– This is pretty cheap and is heavy on the calories! It’s basically bread and honey in one. Breaking it down, it’s a thick slice of Wheat bread + honey + cinnamon + whip cream. Whip cream! Hmmm… Yummy! Hence, the name. It’s too sweet, in my opinion, but it’s still worth a try especially for budget-savers.


_Iced Caramel Macchiato_ – Now this one is the bomb. Just kidding. I first tried this type of coffee in Starbucks Glorietta waaay back in high-school and yes the Starbucks version tastes better. However, this one is tasty too! It’s cheaper than Starbucks and is worth the price! This is the ONLY coffee I order everytime I come here so you should try it as well!

 Slurp, Slurp, Slurp!

The Result:

Well, I always come back here every now and then. I love this place! If only they had better air-conditioning.

Prices: Honey Bread Php50 Iced Caramel Macchiato Php85

Photography by Drei Photography

Source: The Pink Palate

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