“Noriter” means playground in Korean. This is very fitting for this cafe because of their cute interior and cozy ambiance.
What makes Cafe Noriter different from other cafes is that instead of the usual tables and chairs, they also have platforms / booths with mats and pillows. That said, it has been my favorite hangout place since college because of the very “chill” vibe.
Gaming restaurants have been trending in Manila. When I found out from my sister that we have one near our place, I was very excited to try it out! I only discovered Onboard Game+Gastro Pub last January, but it instantly became one of my favorite places!
Oki Oki Japanese Restaurant is a recent family discovery. The little one is now a picky eater. Because of this, we always try to eat with soup. So, when we were in SM Mall of Asia, we made it a point to eat somewhere with soup, and we chose this!