We were looking for something new to try along España Boulevard. Then, we found a cafeteria-style/self-service set-up where customers line up in front of the counter, where all the food is laid out.
Compared to other fast food establishments, Nitz Restaurant is an interactive setup where you see the food right in front of you as opposed to seeing it on a menu. You see what you want to order.
The meals are affordable but you will get disappointed with the amount of serving.
You'll have an uncomfortable feel at the second floor. Better choose to stay at the first floor for a decent dining.
Let's take a look at their menu.
Filipino favorite "silogs" are available for breakfast. They are also offering Fish Parmigiana, Tonkatsu, Fish Tofu with Tausi, Mopu Tofu, Cordon Bleu and other Filipino dishes.
For merienda, included in their list are mami, lomi, lugaw, lasagna, miki guisado, halo-halo, pancit bihon, carbonara, banana con yelo, lumpiang ubod, and chicken burger.
You may try their toppings - Yakiniku, Gyudon, Katsudon and Spicy Beef.
They offer fusion cuisine but more of Pinoy.
Aside from their daily meals, they also serve Daily Specials which varies daily. You may call the nearest branch for the day's featured menu .
They are also offering Party Trays. For pasta, they offer small package (10-12 persons) at P500, medium (15-18 persons) at P750 and large (20-23 persons) at P1,000. Prices vary depending on the type of dish. For pork, chicken, fish and vegetable trays, they serve it in family (15-18 persons) and party size (20-25 persons) at P900 to P1,420.