October 11, 2019

Nord’s Bread Hub in Pasig: An All-Day Breakfast Place Serving Artisanal Breads

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  • Nord’s Bread Hub inside Unimart in Capitol Commons, Pasig City is an urban go-to place serving all-day breakfast, sandwiches, salads, and batches of bread and rolls. It’s hard not to be amazed with its elegant interiors accented with flora, white brick walls, wooden furniture, and elegant lamp lights.

    Inside, you can find an abundance of Asian breads, all tasting as delicious as it looks. You may also try their coffee bread with an appetizing crunch on the outside.

    A collection of coffee breads and other artisanal and asian breads and pastries (Php 45 to Php 70)/ IMAGE Nord’s Bread Hub

    Don’t forget to pair these with their refreshing iced drinks that you will surely take delight in once it hit your palates!

    Today's heat calls for our iced drinks 🍹 Visit Nord's Bread Hub at Met Live Mall, Greenbelt 3, The Block SM North EDSA, and Azuela Cove.#NordsBreadHub

    Nord's Bread Hub, Capitol Commonsさんの投稿 2019年6月5日水曜日

    So if you’d like to treat yourself with meaningful conversations over great food, head on to Nord’s Bread Hub with branches in Capitol Commons in Pasig City, The Block in SM North EDSA, Quezon City, Met Live Mall in Mall of Asia, Pasay City, and SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

    How to get here

    • By car: From SM Megamall in Mandaluyong, Capitol Commons is just approximately 15 minutes away. You can use the route going to Doña Julia Vargas Avenue.
    • For parking, enter Capitol Commons and park behind Nord’s Bread Hub. You can also head on to the basement for more parking spaces.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine October 2019 issue.
    Featured image grabbed from Nord’s Bread Hub, Capitol Commons

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