Nomi Matcha now has Nomi, a modern Japanese bar covertly situated inside a modern Japanese cafe. Since it's hidden, you won't easily spot it inside Nomi--but if you're the curious type of diner who loves roaming around, you might just find yourself accidentally opening another door that's not a restroom, but actually a hidden bar.
Located at Fort Bonifacio, the restaurant offers seasonal dishes that will make you think of enrolling at the college soon enough to get the advantage. Restaurant 101 is, in fact, the application restaurant of Enderun—home to Alain Ducasse Institute Philippines, the leading culinary center in Southeast Asia.
In the middle of the busy business district of BGC lies a bright little café in the name of Nomi Matcha. Going by its name, it highlights matcha as their specialty… but there’s much more to that. /IMAGE Nomi Matcha We visited Nomi to see what they have to offer as the newest café to watch out for in the action-packed metro. As you go Nomi Matcha, you’ll immediately feel the positivity that the café emanates. It has this charm that somehow gets you in a good mood without even trying their food yet. It’s like a breathing space—a place where you can retreat to relieve office stress for a […]