Written by Edgardo Toledo
Cafe owners are now becoming more creative with their concepts and menus. From a Dutch-inspired resto to a beachfront cafe, these cafes offer a memorable dining experience to anyone swinging by. While Navotas City isn’t the first destination that comes to mind for cafe hopping, it has unique spots that resonate with its reputation as a commercial fishing hub, like Cafe Nenita. Take a look!
It’s hard not to miss this cafe since Cafe Nenita’s spot is unique — it’s inside a giant ship structure called M/S Noah. The cafe sits in the middle of the street, overlooking residents as they go on with their day. No need to ride an actual cruise ship and pay for cruise fare, right?
The aesthetic of Cafe Nenita leans more on the posh and contemporary side. Beautiful shades of brown, white, and black complement the cafe’s furniture and wall decorations. It’s a great spot to bring your loved ones for an intimate get-together. And if you’re still feeling hungry, there’s a Korean grill restaurant below Cafe Nenita. Take it as hitting two food spots in one go.
You can’t miss swinging by the viewing deck as well! Even though there are no panoramic views of the ocean waiting, you can still admire the peaceful surroundings, especially at night when M/S Noah is all lit up. Picture yourself going here with your special someone — you’ll surely get an A for effort.
Cafe Nenita’s menu has a wide selection of coffee and non-coffee drinks. You can go for classic blends like White Mocha, Caramel Macchiato, and Spanish Latte, to name a few. Smoothies are also up for grabs if you want to take a break from your daily dose of caffeine.
For your sweet tooth, pair your favorite drink with a slice of their Nutella or choco strawberry-flavored waffles.
To see the full menu, you may go here.
Operating Hours and Location
Cafe Nenita is open daily from 2:30 PM to 10:30 PM. You can visit the cafe on the 2nd floor of M/S Noah in No.2 Sampaguita St. Merville Subdivision, Tanza, Navotas City.
For inquiries, send a message through Cafe Nenita’s Facebook page.
This article was republished with permission from Windowseat.ph. Minor edits have been made for Bitesized.ph.