September 18, 2019

Urban Bread Hub by Nord’s Serves Flavorful Eats and Treats in the Heart of Makati (CLOSED)

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  • UPDATED: This restaurant is CLOSED as of September 23, 2019.

    Urban Bread Hub by Nord’s in Greenbelt 3, Makati City takes inspiration from the city’s urban lifestyle as it serves a variety of Asian and artisan bread.

    Much like its sister restaurant Nord’s Bread Hub, Urban Bread Hub boasts a menu with unique flavors that will surely pique your interest.

    Aside from bread, they have a selection of light and healthy meals, snacks, and desserts, even rich blends of coffee! Dining at the Urban Bread Hub will surely give your mood a boost for the long day ahead.

    Further, Urban Bread Hub has a cozy and homey interior that will make you want to sit down and relax. Their al fresco dining area is also worth noting as it gives guests a view of the garden below.

    In all, a visit to the Urban Bread Hub not only guarantees a plate full of flavorful eats but also a cozy place where you can dine with your family and friends.

    How to get here

    • From Ayala Ave., head to Paseo de Roxas then make a right going onto Makati Ave., turn right onto the Greenbelt Parking Access Road then make a right into Esperanza Street. The Urban Bread Hub by Nord’s is located on the 2nd floor of Greenbelt 3. There are parking spaces available at Greenbelt 1, 2, and 3.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese Magazine September 2019 issue.
    Featured image grabbed from Nord’s Bread Hub’s official Facebook page.

                 
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